Monday, July 22, 2013

Monday Made It - More Gray Chevron Projects, and SchoolTown University!

It's Monday, and time for more Monday Made It Projects!
Thanks to Tara at Fourth Grade Frolics for hosting this linky. 
I've certainly been inspired by the many creative people out there.
 
First,
I got an e-mail from Shutterfly about a deal in which you could get 10 cards free if you paid the shipping.
I used a photo from a recent vacation to Door County to make the cards, and they were delivered in a little over a week.
If they offer the deal again, I thought I'd use a school related pic to make some cards to have handy in my classroom.
 
If you follow my blog, you know that I purchased a gray/pink chevron desk pad from Target about two weeks ago.
I'm still creating off that color scheme, and put together these items this week:
I coverd the letters with scrapbook paper I found at Hobby Lobby.  It's hard to see but the pinkish scrapbook paper is a paisley print. Both the letters and the paper were on sale, and I paid about $8 for that project.
The frame was in the clearance section at Michaels for $3, and I attached some small flower stickers to the frame after applying the scrapbook paper.  I used a 25% off coupon at Michaels for the entire purchase.
 
 
I am excited about a product I recently added to my TpT and TN stores.
It is my SchoolTown University Classroom Decor and Management Pack
This pack includes 58 pages of goodies inspired by the movie Monsters University.
The pack includes these items.
1.Welcome sign (single sign and seven separate letters)
2. Schedule sign and 18 subject labels for schedule
3. Jobs sign
4. Days of the week signs
5. I .D. Cards – students draw  a pic of themselves in the small box, and add name
6. Six table header signs
7. School year goal banner and project – students write or draw their goal for the year in the box, and add name
8. Blank rules chart and 3 behavior signs
9. Library pockets – 2 sizes – could be used for job chart
10. Question of the Day chart – laminate, post in your classroom, and write a question each day
11. Passes – boys and girls bathroom, library, hallway, nurse, and indoor recess
12. Homework passes
13. Labels for Reading Response Journal, Science Notebook, Writing Notebook, and Math Notebook
14. Cubby or locker nameplates
15. Birthday Certificate
16. Graduation Certificate
17. Acknowledgements page
    18. Punch Cards, Dream Journal labels, and Pennant
 
You could accessorize this product with some goodies from Target and Subway.
The pencils are from the Target Dollar Spot, and Subway is giving away the backpacks with Kids Meals now through July 31!
 
 

5 comments:

  1. Love your READ letters and the chevron!
    Alison
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

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  2. It must be the thing to do this school year ~ make READ letters. I love how yours turned out.
    Tammy

    Mrs. Flickinger's Butterfly Oasis

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