Superhero Classroom Door and a BIG freebie! (Queen of the First Grade Jungle)
I don't do a classroom theme. I am too fickle for that kind of commitment. BUT I do like having a Back to School Week theme.... hence my Superhero Students Packet. Last year I dipped my toe into my
Printable Superman birthday banner for a super hero birthday party (also great as an iron-on t-shirt graphic) - Merriment Design
Here’s a printable Superman-inspired birthday banner for your little super hero. And you can download instantly and print — no waiting! I made this printable Super Hero Birthday Party banner for my daughter Elise’s 4th birthday. She loves super heroes, that girl. You’ll get all letters of the alphabet in RED with yellow background and blue outlines. You will get all 26 letters of the alphabet… …plus numbers 1-12. You
Back to School
Man oh man!! After enjoying such a relaxing summer I completely forgot how hectic things can get at the beginning of the school year! Teachers reported back on August 15th and our students started on the 20th. There never seems to be enough time to get everything ready but somehow it all seems to come together just in the nick of time! I actually remembered to take pics of my classroom this year BEFORE our Open House began so that I could remember how neat and orderly everything once was…
FUN FAIL: SUPERHERO PARTY FREE PRINTABLE IDEAS and other google key words you're going to type
First of all I'm not here to tell you that our party was the best Superhero party evaaaa.. on the contrary it wasn't pretty like the picture...
Readers Make Leaders Short-Sleeve Unisex T-Shirt | Tales from Outside the Classroom
Encourage reading in your classroom with this adorable Readers Make Leaders tee. This teacher tee perfect for teachers, librarians, IA's, and administrators.
Zoom in on the picture to see the whole space. Here is a view of my classroom. I hope my students will feel as happy as I do when walking in here. I changed my setup a bit from last year, with 8 students in each table grouping instead of four. This allowed me to reduce the number of bookshelves to 3, so there are more *pathways* !!! (This is an inside joke with my good friend, Sara Van Slyke.) Also, notice the line-up stars on the floor. I love these, and they work! Each student shelf houses…
Teacher Appreciation Door. The theme was Our Teacher's are Super Heroes! I printed out a picture of the teacher and used vinyl for everything else except her hair is construction paper and the side kicks are printed off internet.