Monday, July 4, 2016

Monday Made It - July 4th

Happy 4th of July! 


I am linking up with Tara from 4th Grade Frolics for Monday Made It. I only have a month until I go back to school and have so much I need to do. Here's to making this month successful and relaxing. 

http://4thgradefrolics.blogspot.com/2016/07/monday-made-it-with-learning-in.html 

 
 I am trying to get organized before next year. We are undergoing a  lot of changes. We bought new curriculum. There are only two classes on our campus and the other lead teacher and assistant next door retired and took a new job. So I will have new colleagues in the fall. I created these themed labels for my big totes so I know where everything is placed. The clip art is from google and the frames are from






I have put these on my bins at school already; however I forgot to take a picture to post.
My second made it is my own take on brag tags. There are a lot of options already created out there but I needed some that were Pre-K friendly and easy to look at and know what they are for since my students are not readers yet. 



 Be sure to check out all of the other great ideas! 


8 comments:

  1. Brag tags seem to be a theme this week! Yours are adorable! Thanks for linking up:)

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  2. I blogged about Brag Tags too and my name is also Jessica :) Love your Pre K versions, I can't wait to try them out with my 3rd graders this year.

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  3. love the prek friendly brag tags! are we able to get them free or thru TPT? and will you do more? thanks!

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    1. I am still working on them. When I finish them they will be available on TPT. Thanks for asking.

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  4. I enjoyed reading your post! And - happy 4th!! Please visit my Monday Made It HERE. Have a great week! Pam from PJ Jots

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  5. Congrats on Book Bin labels. Glad you were able to make some Pre-K brag tags for your kiddos--they're darling. I have a bunch of brag tags (and free ones) on my TPT store. Check them out. Since I have K, they are friendly for youngsters.

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