Journals, Read, Binder Covers & Bday Bags - MMI




Happy Monday!! I know a lot of people are starting their first day with students today - so I hope all of you are having a great day. I myself am trying to get things crossed off my to do list and enjoy the end of summer at the same time : )   I am also linking up with Tara at 4th Grade Frolics for her amazing linky....

http://4thgradefrolics.blogspot.ca/2014/07/monday-made-it-summer-week-9.html








I remade my shared writing journals for my new class. I glue on the cover then cover with packing tape to add durability. I put writing prompts and a checklist on the inside cover. I also use stickers - each journal has a matching sticker. Students have a tracking page they put in their language notebook and each time the write in a journal they place a sticker on their page. You can check out my journals here at my TPT store.



I was talking to one of my teaching friends about binder covers and how she could not find any that she really wanted so I made some to see if they were more what she wanted. They are chevrons and owls and are editable and a freebie - you can pick them up here in my TPT store.








A READ sign for my room. Actually my daughter made this while my other daughter and I were laminating and cutting!! I love these letters and have loved these buttons from Dollar Tree - so I put them together - love how it turned out. I especially love it because I plan on picking up these Bloom's Buttons questioning cards at the TPT sale on Wednesday.






I also made birthday bags. I made a picture image I liked and printed it onto bags from the dollar store. I am putting in some small items into each bag (pencil, eraser, sweet treat). If you want the picture I used you can right click on the image to save it. Insert it into a PPT file to add text. To print it on a bag I inserted the image, rotated it, resized it slightly and placed it against the left margin a little higher than half way up the page. Place the bag on the left hand side of the printer and voila -you are all set. They would also be cute as a small card or postcard or birthday tag!





Lastly we laminated and cut and laminated and cut. Here are the word wall cards I will be using (click here to check out where I got them)  and my schedule cards (from this pack).




Okay this is it for me - off to check out my to do list - well after reading a few MMI blog posts of course.


5 comments

  1. Your button letters are so cute!

    Sarah
    MissKinBK

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  2. You have been SOOO productive!!! I love the colorful birthday certificates/tags and that adorable READ sign!

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  3. You have been very very busy! Good job! Your READ sign is absolutely adorable!!!
    -Lisa
    Grade 4 Buzz

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  4. I love everything you made! I think that READ sign is the cutest one I've ever seen. Thank you for sharing all of your great ideas!

    Mary
    Fit to be Fourth

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  5. That READ sign is sooooooo cute!!! The buttons really make it pop.

    Jennifer
    Mrs. Laffin's Laughings

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