Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Picture Day! and a Reader Request

Y'all, today was picture day (which I think about a 1/3 of my kids forgot about), so you know I didn't have a normal day. :)

First difference at this school- we had to sign up for times to get our class pictures taken. Oops. Guess who didn't know about it and all of the times left were in the afternoon during our literacy block.

(I took the last slot possible for littlest disruption)

Second difference- an all school picture that took about 30-40 minutes to set up and complete. In the middle of math. We had a test today. Since no one knew about this picture until THIS MORNING!

Third difference- an all staff picture after school (and yes, I was stuck in the front row with the vertically challenged...even though I was wearing 3 inch heels :). I've had all staff pictures done before, but always before school started (during teacher workshop days), and never after school. Our PLC meeting today was cut a little short :)

What I wore:


Top and Pants: JCPenny
Tank: Old Navy
Shoes: Payless



The kids though it was a little funny that I was getting my picture taken, but then I reminded them that all teachers got their pictures taken. Now I can finally have an ID badge like everyone else!

Now onto the Reader Request. I had a reader email me, where she told me that she loved my task cards and was wondering if I would be willing to share. Well, I couldn't share the ones I had, because of some of the fonts I used were for personal use only. I asked her to give me a little time and I would see what I came up with.

Now, I couldn't remember when I had gotten all of the frames/borders, but I had a pretty good idea, so I went scouring one of my favorite design sites to make sure that I could give proper credit.

My next problem? Making it editable for you guys while preserving all the graphics and frames I used. Thanks to Google and some helpful searching, I found a way to do it.

So let me present....
Click on the picture to download the cards!



There are 4 days worth of cards for each rotation in the packet. You can add text boxes to type in instructions, or just print them out and hand write it in.

I hope you enjoy these!

Smiles and Sunshine,
Kaitlyn

1 comment:

  1. I wrote about your blog on my manly blog today!! I think I am going to steal your idea of posting my outfits each day. Give a manly perspective on dressing for the classroom!

    Love your blog!

    Greg
    Smedley's Smorgasboard of Kindergarten

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