Sunday, August 19, 2012

Take Home Folders and Name Tags

Well, I got started on my classroom Friday. After working on it all day Saturday, it is beginning to come together. I'll definitely need to spend some more time on it this week seeing as how meet and greet is Thursday!!! YIKES! I'm really excited to meet my kids, but nervous at the same time (you would think after three years that feeling would be gone, does it ever go away?)!

I just made a template for my take home folders so I will be able to explain them to my parents at meet and greet. Here is how it turned out:

You can get these HERE.  The graphics are From the Pond

I also got my name tags made (minus the names). My mom got me cute owl name tag stickers from Carson-Dellosa, but I didn't want to stick them onto my students' shirts because I wanted to use them for the whole first week (maybe two). I didn't want to buy the clear name tag holders either because those get expensive and I would rather spend my money on fun things to use in the classroom!

A teacher from a training I attended suggested a cheap way to make name tags durable. Stick them onto some folders and then cut them out. Punch holes into them and then add yarn (which I haven't done yet because it is at school so I'll have to wait. Don't you hate it when that happens?!?).

I like how the folders add a little more color! Now, all they need is yarn and names of course!!


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