Monday, July 9, 2012

Checking things off

I'm finally getting some school stuff done while I am here. We made another trip to the craft store for some wood frames (they were on sale too). I got them painted, now I need to mod podge them. I found the perfect wood piece for my aloha sign. I painted it a bright pink, it looks brighter than the picture shows. I think I need to add something else to it, but not sure what

Wal-mart has packages of key chains, so I got two packages. When, I got home I remembered that I will have 30 kiddos this year - so I need to go back and get some more. That is dangerous because I always find something else I need. I will probably put sight words on them and hang them on the wall. I saw a really cute sticker sight word book, someplace. I think I will make some of those. EDITED: found the sticker book at April 1, 2012. She has them listed on her teacher pay teacher store.

I was able to get my calendar pieces together last night, too. They are from Jen is great. I, also want to make a lot of Corinna's goodies from, but I don't have a printer over here. It will need to wait until I get home. By then I am sure I will have more ideas.
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  1. Nice! What will you use the key rings for? How do you put sight words on them?

    I can't believe you'll have 30 students! That really is a lot.

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  2. Do you have an aide?! Love your sign--the letters are cute! I'm not allowed to hang anything on the walls (must use the bulletin boards only) or the doors, but I've figured out how to hang lots of things from the ceiling. :-)

  3. Everything looks great! I love your Aloha sign. I would love to see how you use your key rings once you decide. :)
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  4. Yes! I'm interested in hearing about the key rings, too :)

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  5. Wow! Everything looks great! You should just buy yourself a printer to keep on the island so you have it when you need it! :)

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  6. I love the Hawaiian theme! So fun! 30 first graders seems like a handful!