Monday, October 12, 2015

Monday Made It

These first weeks of school have been crazy busy! I have a great class, but they're also the biggest class I've had so far!

We've been so busy that I haven't really taken any pictures of what we've done-I need to remember better!

Glad it's time for Monday Made It! :) I've done a lot of made its, so some of them have been grouped together-prepare for some pictures!



First and most important-my shelves finally got fixed!! :)
Aren't they beautiful!

On those pretty shelves, I have my gorgeous storage which is all labeled :)


In the spirit of organization, I also redid my lunch count/attendance, as I was finding it hard to read the numbers, and I thought it could be neater and more streamlined.

I used square glass tiles (I got them off of Amazon), and I created little Melonheadz (truly headz-LOL! :)), and slapped a magnet on the back.
I have had some shatter (the kids must of dropped them just right!) but the glass did all stay on the cardstock-I was able to peel the cardstock away and glue on a new tile.

It's so much easier to read now! :)


My next, most super important made it is that I finished the hardest part of the supplements I've been making for our math program!



I've been calling them my babies :) (You can read more about them here and here)

I've also been making up some task cards to go along with the lessons-and having fun making them!

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I've been making them as I go, they're a major part of my math block this year. I think that the kids have been enjoying them as well!
Note: No TPT shop, so not for sale
I also did up some fun little gifts for my teamies for back to school.


I also have a coworker who is expecting (gender unknown), so I've been working on a blanket for her as well!
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/bookskt19/breath-of-heaven-baby-blanket
I've still got some ways to go, but I hope she likes it!
Next up, I took two wonderful products and made them into little books for the kids! (From The Brown Bag Teacher and Tales of a Tenacious Teacher)


I hung them under our writing chart for easy to grab access.
Lastly, I did two new garlands for my door!


My kids love squeezing the pencil and the apples :)

For my October garland, I wanted it to been fun, so I started with these babies.
Aren't they cute?!

They turned out great on the garland with my other October elements!
I also made a new wreath for my door at home-I love how it turned out!


Have a great week!


Smiles and Sunshine,

Kaitlyn

5 comments:

  1. Love the little glass picture tiles!

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  2. Love the "bucketful" of fun ! Where did you get those little containers holding the paperclips?

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  3. Wow...you have been busy! Your garlands are very cute!

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  4. Your lunch counter is very cute! We don't do those anymore. It made attendance so easy too.

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  5. I am absolutely in love with your wreath! I'm new to crotchet myself and have just learned how to do a v-stitch baby blanket while dipping my toe in loom knitting when I have time. Your wreath makes me want to search YouTube for a tutorial. I love all the crotchet elements in your room.
    -Tracy
    4th Grade Dynamic Duo

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