a PAINT BALL to ...............................................................................................................
a Chicken with it's head chopped off paint ball!!!!!! Don't say there isn't such a thing because there is and it's me!!!
I cannot tell you how fun this linky has been! I have stacks and stacks of things to haul into my classroom so it has kept me focused and I'm hearing from some of you, the same:))) The past Made Its I have worked hard to comment on every link up.......but gang, with all I have to do in the next 2 weeks, I won't be able to do that.....it's too time consuming and as much as I love to do it and love ya all for linking up, I am running out of time. I hope you all understand that:))
Classroom Made It #1:
These little dry erase sleeves have been all over Pinterest. I believe they originally started with the wonderful Charity on her Classroom DIY blog. I have to confess I kinda cheated here as I first bought the dry erase pockets from Target, then covered the edges with duct tape. They can be used as dry erase boards or slip a work sheet in and use them that way.
Classroom Made It #2:
This wonderful game I found last week during the linky. It is from FlapJack Educational Resources. It's a free download HERE at their Teachers Notebook shop. I soooooo love this game. It is self checking and will be perfect for Math workshop and practice with those multiplication facts!!!
The set is huge so I broke it into 3 equal piles and put them in some little photo boxes I got on sale at Michaels.
This is the inside.
There's the card with the poke and self check. How brilliant is that! Love that FlapJack Ed. Resources!!! Thank you!!!
Classroom Made It #3:
I am diving in and trying Math Workshop this year. (yes, it scares me....remember, I don't like change..lol)
So I needed to make my board.
This was inspired by my bud Elizabeth at Fun in Room 4B. Go see her board. It is awesome. She got it from the super wonderful Clutter-Free Classroom., so if you're looking for a wonderful board to add to your classroom, check hers out. I still have several pieces I need to add but at least I have the bones to start. (if I don't chicken out....lol)
Home Made It:
My home made it is just a tiny little thing. I have seen memory jars and bottles all over Pinterest, so while on vacay with my Mom and sisters, I collected some tiny shells and put them in a vintage bottle to remind me of our trip. We have never done a trip just us without the kids, so that's a memory.
So there are my Made Its for this week. Thank you all for the sweet comments and unending inspirations each week:) Can't wait to see what's in store this week:))