Thursday, July 16, 2015

Work Hard and Be Nice to People

My first bulletin board for next school year is done...check baby...check baby...1234!  I know, I should be enjoying my summer and I AM, but I love to do classroom work in small doses so that I can stretch my summer with the kids as long as possible.  I've been thinking a lot about classroom "rules" and how they can go in one ear and out the other with most middle school kids.  Last year I found myself saying this phrase every time I sent my kids off to work in groups.  Why not make it our classroom mantra?

I posted this on Instagram and people have been asking if they can download it.  I'll have to see if I even saved it...Eeek!  It just typed the letters (thanks KB fonts) in powerpoint, printed, trimmed and mounted on black construction paper.  I'm not going to lie, it took all of 30 minutes start to finish.  

Off to do things like this for the rest of the day!

1 comment:

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