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Monday, July 9, 2012

It's Just Another Manic Monday- I Mean, Monday Made It!!

I'm linking up for my 3rd Monday Made It with Tara at 4th Grade Frolics.  I feel like such a nerd for being so excited about this linky party.  Anyone else feeling it?  Anywho, I got a few things accomplished this week and am pretty happy with the results.  


First off, I saw a pin on the infamous Pinterest on how to make your own scratch-offs.  I thought that would be such a fun way to reward the kiddos so I made some of my own.  They have things like eat lunch outside, no shoes for a day, sit in the rolling chair for a day, etc.  Most things are FREE and that makes it even better for me.  So, I created mine and laminated them in the business card sized pouches.  That way, after the kids reveal the prize, I only need to repaint the square and use it again and again and again...You get the idea.  Here's a couple of pictures of the tickets.



After being painted
Before being painted (sorry it's so blurry!)


















I also worked on making some numbers for my calendar.  I found this red polka-dotted calendar at School Aids but they didn't have any sports themed numbers so I had to fix that.  How do you think they turned out?  I still need to put Velcro on the backs but the Velcro is in my classroom and I can't get in yet.

 






   








I took Tara's advise and worked on some FUNdametal things but they aren't quite ready to share.  Guess I'll have to share next week.

19 comments:

mjfavre said... [Reply]

Love everything! I'm so impressed by your calendar card!!

Megan

I Teach. What's Your Super Power?

Brandi said... [Reply]

Love how your calendar pieces came out. I worked on my too. Stop by my blog to check them out! Lovin the sports theme!

Brandi
Success in Second Grade

Lisa R. said... [Reply]

Everything came out great! I love your sports themed calendar pieces! :)
Lisa
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Hilary Burton said... [Reply]

Your calendar pieces turned out so great!! I'm going to make some "scratch-offs" soon! I hope they turn out as cute as yours!!

Tara said... [Reply]

Love how your calendar numbers turned out:) So cute! I get so excited about this linky on Sunday night I can hardly stand it....then I think all week about what to make next. Not at all nerdy!!! Thanks for linking up:) See you next week:))

4th Grade Frolics

Jessica said... [Reply]

You did a great job on your calendar numbers! I had a sports theme a few years ago and couldn't find calendar numbers to go with my theme either. Yours turned out super cute!!

Amanda Madden said... [Reply]

Love the scratch off reward cards! Found you through the linky and am your newest follower.


Amanda
Teaching Maddeness
Come join my linky party!

Storie said... [Reply]

Your scratch-off tickets and numbers turned out really well! I'm glad I found your blog :)
Storie
Stories by Storie

Primary Possibilities said... [Reply]

I think I need to make some of those scratch off tickets!!! They just look like so much fun!

Your newest follower,
Stephany
primarypossibilities.blogspot.com

Michelle said... [Reply]

I love your calendar! Can you tell me where you got your clip art? I'm looking for sports clip art for my school year this year.

FourthGrade Flipper said... [Reply]

I love your blog!! I teach 4th grade and have never really done a theme before (gasp! I know!). I am so inspired by yours:) Please stop by my blog. I am very new to this blogging world and just started up one in my summer "spare time".
Your newest follower-Holly
fourthgradeflipper.blogspot.com

Kristi said... [Reply]

@Michelle
I got the clip art on the calendar from DJ Inkers (http://www.djinkers.com/). It is called Grin Again Kids. On the scratch-offs, the clip art is from Scrappin Doodles. I have a few of their sports sets so I am not sure which one it's from.

Thanks for stopping by.

Kristi said... [Reply]

@FourthGrade Flipper
Themes are fun but VERY time consuming and expensive! I usually keep the same theme for about 2 years. Sometimes I wonder if a hodge podge would just be better!

I'm heading over to check out your blog now!

A Teacher Without a Class said... [Reply]

I love the calendar! It is so nice to see something that is cute for both boys and girls! I am your newest follower--I love your blog! Come and visit mine--I am also having a "small" giveaway!

www.ateacherwithoutaclass.com

FourthGrade Flipper said... [Reply]

I had no idea that you could make your very own scratchoffs!! Wow! I am in love with everything I have read on your blog! You are such an inspiration. I am very new to the blogging world (2 weeks) and just started my own blog to make the experience more meaningful. I hope you don't mind that I added your button to my sidebar "Blogs I Love". Thank you for sharing your ideas!!
~Holly
Fourth Grade Flipper

Jill said... [Reply]

Everything looks great, I think the scratch offs will be a hit.

Thanks for sharing.
Jill
Bubbalulu.blogspot.com

Janaye said... [Reply]

I've been wanting to make those scratch-off cards since last summer! They should be fun! Also, your number cards look great!! :)

Christa Swaney said... [Reply]

I've nominated you for an award! Come by my blog to get it. :)

Christa
sweetlifeofsecondgrade

FourthGrade Flipper said... [Reply]

I have also nominated you for a blog award:)
~Holly
Fourth Grade Flipper

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