Today I linking up with Tara for her weekly Monday Made it.
God Bless her for having this link up because it keeps me accountable for my classroom!
I think her and I are twinisies because we have the same craft.
I a “No Name” rack to house all my forgetful students’ papers.
I’m strapped for space in my classroom so mine is simple with just two clips. I’m going to clip multiple ones to the board.
This is what I used. Everything came from Michael’s.
The fish were $0.59 each.
If you had a classroom theme, you could buy any of the wooden “things” they have.
I seriously blanked and could not think of a better word than “things”.
Talk about summer slide for the TEACHER!
I used the wooden stick to measure out the scrapbook paper. It was conveniently as long as the paper.
I traced two sets (for front/back of the board) then cut them out.
Then I did the same for the side of the boards.
Whoops, look at me not rotating pictures 🙂
After than I just “mod-podged” the paper to the board.
Then, hot glued the clothes pins and the little fish to the pins!
The next thing I am SUPER excited about are my Word Work Center for ANY spelling list!
At my new district, every student has individualized spelling lists. They take a test at the beginning of the year and those missed become their words for the year. They tackle for 1st ten and the 2nd set of their spelling words comes from the State Standards spelling patterns (for a total of 20 words a week).
How on Earth do I manage that?
I created these task cards that work for ANY set of spelling words.
There are recording sheet included.
Topic cover synonyms, antonyms, guide words, counting money, place value, the list goes on and on and on!
There are so many options that you can change out your Word Work bins and your kids will never get bored!
If you want to see it close click the picture below!
That’s it for my Monday Made it!
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