Monday Made It {August 11, 2014}

AHHH! I go back to school Wednesday for PD, and kiddos come Monday, August 18th. I am not ready. My room is not ready. I guess I'm going to have to kick it in gear!
I'm linking up with Tara over at 4th Grade Frolics for Monday Made It!
One of my first MMI's this summer was a wreath for my front door that I could change out any time I wanted..
I changed it in July for the 4th and the world cup!
Earlier this week I changed it again for Back to School! 


I found these mini canvases at Hobby Lobby on clearance. Perfect for my little "chalkboard"!
I saw this idea on a blog (I think) awhile ago...I believe on a Bright Ideas hop, but now I can't find it! Please let me know if you know who posted this! I love this idea of having first aid out for your kiddos. I will keep this close to my desk, but in kids' reach. I hate when kids need a cough drop or a band aid and I have to dig into my desk or send them to the clinic. I don't have the time folks!
After I printed them, I realized the font may be a bit difficult to read, so I changed it to KG Second Chances Solid with a black outline. When I went to print...of course my colored ink is low and it came in a sunset hue. Cute...but not what I wanted!
Anyways, I'll have to print the new ones at school tomorrow.
You can grab editable labels for yourself for free here!
A couple days ago I posted a picture in search of a 3rd grade teacher that wanted to do pen pals this year and there were a ton of teachers interested! So I decided to help them all out...and you, too, if you're interested!
I'm going to close it on August 31st, and give myself a week to match classrooms up. So I will send out {possible} matches by September 7th! I'm just doing the match...YOU must do the rest folks!
I shared this on Wednesday, but they're too cute not to share again! 

I got my 1st digital drawing board last week and these were the first thing I created! Free for you here!
Super excited for this one!
I created my own dry erase schedule for my calendar bulletin board! 
Dry Erase Contact Paper, Letter Stickers, and Duct Tape Dollar General!

 I also added a dry erase spot for our lunch menu! I used a chalkboard last year, but I thought this was a better spot for it!

I have the calendar cards for sale in my store here!

I know I will be making A LOT of stuff this coming week to prepare for school. I can't wait to link up again! 

2 comments

  1. UM....LOVING that dollar tree craft! So stinking cute! If I had more wall space I would totally make one of those. HOWEVER I am in THE littlest classroom in our building (I should not complain at least I have a classroom, we have 14 teachers who float throughout the day!!!!!) so I am very cautious about what I put up on the walls!!!

    I also really like that wreath. Very country chic!

    Have a great day,
    Cheers,
    Jameson
    Lessons With Coffee 

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