Have you thought about getting gifts for your students yet? I’ve done a lot of different things in the past… bought everyone a book, decorated clipboards, ordered personalized pencils, etc. This year I decided to go the easier, and probably more fun route. I saw this idea on Pinterest HERE. Here are all of the items I picked up from Wal-Mart:
My plan was to give each student a ball ornament with their initial on it, but it was a complete disaster. So, I put the snowflakes inside instead!
Took me about 10 minutes and probably 30 bucks… and I’m DONE!
And, if you want to have a little Christmas fun with your neighbors, leave them a little gift on their doorstep! Nothing says Merry Christmas like bottled Coke, right?!!
When your daughter’s birthday falls right before school starts, this is what party favors look like! Mini notepads and gel pens... done and done!! Now to the next thing on my to-do list! 💚💙💜 ... See MoreSee Less
Lots of questions about fonts, fans, borders, etc. I’ve got a blog post with pictures, sources... AND a video tutorial on how to make your own bulletin board letters!! stepinto2ndgrade.com/bright-bulletin-boards/ #backtoschool#b2s18 #b2s2018 #bulletinboards #classroomdecorations ... See MoreSee Less
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