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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Around School ...

This year I let some of my creative juices flow outside of my office and helped some of my fellow teachers at my school create some items for their classrooms and offices.

One of the 3rd grade teachers was inspired by a fellow 3rd grade teacher to distribute and display her classroom jobs a little differently this year. So we worked together to create this fun Job Wheel for her class. Each student's name is labeled on the outside of the 14" wheel and each week she turns the wheel to assign new jobs to the students. The job wheel has 21 spots (she has 21 students), I also created a smaller circle with the numbers 1 through 21 listed that could be used as the spinner if you prefer that option.

Job Wheel in Mrs. McFadden's class

I also made a fun Where is the Classroom sign for her class as well to coordinate with her Boho Birds borders.
Where is the Classroom sign on Mrs. McFadden's 3rd grade classroom door

In Miss Binette's class she wanted to make some fun and bright class schedule cards. Miss Binette and I both love color in our room at school! The schedule cards fit in a pocket chart for easy use and storage. Additionally, another teacher was able to use the some cards as her name tags on the desks in her classroom! It turned out to be a great multi-purpose item!
Class Schedule cards in Miss Binette's 4th grade classroom

We also made a Where is the Classroom sign for Miss Binette's door to coordinate with her theme this year, which was Monkey Mischief borders.
Where is the Classroom sign on Miss Binette's door

Mrs. Cochrane has a beach theme in her 5th grade classroom so we created this Where is the Classroom sign to keep the water theme going on her door as well.
Where is the Classroom sign on Mrs. Cochrane's door

Mrs. Fontes, who is our reading specialist decorated her room with a Dr. Seuss theme this year so we created this fun polka-dotted Where is the Specialist sign to help students and staff be able to find her when she wasn't in her classroom.

Mrs. Fonte's sign outside her Developmental Reading classroom

Mrs. Tucceri, who is our Technology Integration Specialist, is also not always in her office so we created this fun Where is the Specialist sign to help staff and students know where she is.
Mrs. Tucceri's sign on her office door

Finally, Miss Moore has a fun animal print theme in her classroom so we created this Where is the Classroom sign for her.
Miss Moore's sign on her 5th grade classroom door


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