Multiple Choice Stick Fans - They're Done:)

They are done and they're oh so fun!!  I forgot to put pics of the hardware you will need.

My hubby got these at Walmart...each stick set needs one screw, 2 nuts, and 2 washers.

All done and ready for my kiddos:)

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23 comments

  1. Tara, Your blog is great! I LOVE your multiple choice sticks...I'm thinking yes,no, maybe sticks for my kinders??? Are the holes hard to do? Do you just do one at a time or can you do bunches? Just wanting to know all the details before I enlist my handyman hubby to help. Oooooh! I have never seen that idea! Awesome. Glad I found you!
    Krissy
    Mrs.Miner’s Monkey Business

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  2. Krissy,
    The holes were easy...that is for him:) He drilled 4 at a time (each set) and didn't break one:)
    I think the kinders would love them:)

    Thanks for checkin out my blog:)

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  3. Thanks for becoming one of my followers. I am now one of yours!

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  4. tAra: i am working on my stick crafts and will post soon. Yours turned out great and such creative idea for usage

    ps: is your holder from ze Target?

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  5. Yep it is:) I'm doing a whole new color theme this year..kind of the colors of my blog:)

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  6. I've never seen anything quite like these before...thank you for sharing! Please tell me do you use them whole group, small group, or in some other way? I love them! By the way, thank for stopping by my blog today...I never would have found you otherwise! :o)
    Angela Just Love Teaching!

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  7. Angela,
    I use them in small groups...I have older posts about them. Thanks for coming by:)

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  8. Thank you for following. I am now a new follower on your blog. Loving your ideas!

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  9. Thanks for checking out my blog. Just had a look at this and I was sold straight away. LOVE these multiple choice fans - what a brilliant idea!

    Love your other ideas. I'm a new stalker (ahem, I mean "follower!)

    Keep a-bloggin'
    Baggy Trousers at A Crucial Week In The Life of an NQT

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  10. Hey Tara! Very cute idea-gonna give it a try! Thanks for visiting my blog also! :)

    Christie
    First Grade Fever

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  11. These are awesome! Love your blog! I'm new to 4th this year so I really appreciate you sharing your fabulous ideas. :)

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  12. AMAZING!!! I think this would be great for my fourth graders! Mind if I share your site and great ideas?!

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  13. Tara,
    I love these sticks! My mind is just racing with ways to use them with my firsties. This is an amazing blog! I'm a follower for sure!!
    ~Fredia
    FrogsinFirst

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  14. Tara,
    I just loved your sticks so much that I had to make them! I also posted them on my blog {I hope you don't mind} I gave you total credit for the awesome idea!! MC Sticks
    Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas!
    -Audrey
    The Sweet Life of Third Grade

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  15. Sorry one more comment - I didn't realize used them for small group! I made them for my entire class (LOL!) I thought they would be perfect for an immediate response/quick assessment while we were reviewing for TAKS (stand. test). I've used ABCD cards, thumbs up/down and whiteboards, but hands down this is the best one!! Thank you again!
    -Audrey
    The Sweet Life of Third Grade

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  16. I didn't realize that I wasn't already a follower! I have seen your blog before but I must not have put you in my google reader. Anyways, these are so cute. My third graders would love them. If only I knew how to drill, lol.

    I Heart Teaching Elementary

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  17. Tara- I just stumbled upon your blog and I love it. I'm just hoping I can talk my husband into either into drilling the holes or teaching me how. Thanks for sharing this great idea!!

    Penny
    mrswaddingham.blogspot.com

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  18. ok I LOVE these sticks. I don't know how I missed them earlier!
    My list keeps getting longer. I thought it was supposed to get shorter over the summer because we got things done.
    Lessons Learned

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  19. Hi Tara!

    It's me again! I'm having an assessment linky party over on my blog. Would love it if you linked up this post (and if you have any other assessment ideas!).

    Baggy Trousers at A Crucial Week In The Life of an NQT

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  20. Love this!! I am running out to the store now to create!! Hope you don't mind but I just posted it on my blog as my first project my new classroom. Thanks!!!

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  21. Would you be interested in having your hubby make some and then sell them? My hubby is NOT handy...and we don't have any tools like that! Just let me know. My email is mdechman@thomas.k12.ga.us

    Also, I noticed you had different colors or it seemed like it. Would it be better to have all your A's one color and so forth or did you mix it up so they couldn't all look across at each other. Just curious! I LOVE them!!!

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  22. What a fantastic idea Tara! I love this :)

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  23. What size bit did your husband use. We are struggling with the sticks cracking.

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