Showing posts with label Decorations. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Decorations. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

From a sweet follower

One of my sweet followers, Sherry Imhoff from MN, sent me this great poster to share with all of you (I just had to change a few fonts because I didn't have the adorable ones she had)!  She was inspired by Pinterest.  Click on the image to download!  Hope you enjoy!

Thanks Sherry!!!

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Coin Posters

Real quick post... Wanted to share some coin posters that I made (they are not perfect by any means, if I can get the coins to look more clear then I will re-post them!)

I am super busy in my classroom, just like several of you!  I look forward to the craziness to calm down so I can get back to blogging and answering all of your emails!  If I don't reply immediately, please just be patient with me.  I will get to you as soon as I have a free moment!

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Story Element Posters

Just finished making/uploading Story Element Posters.  I am attaching them as Google Doc and Scribd documents just to make sure everyone can access them!  I saw several story element anchor charts on Pinterest that I loved, but didn't want to spend the time handwriting all of them!  So, here ya go!

Clip Art courtesy of DJ Inkers

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Classroom Expectations

I am still in the process of going through all of my files to see what I can share with my fellow bloggers.  Today, I ran across my classroom expectation posters that I made.  Every year, I have these expectations posted before the students walk into my classroom.  BUT, my students and I also make a class promise that I hang near the classroom expectations.  I teach Dual Language, so my rules are posted in English and Spanish, but I realize that is not the case for most teachers, so I am posting 2 sets of rules- one in English and Spanish (If there are any special markings on letters I do that after I print them so it doesn't ruin my fonts :)), and one with only English.

Here are the links:

Here are a few sample pictures of the downloads:

As always, my clipart and fonts come from DJ Inkers!  If there is anyone that needs these expectations in only Spanish, please let me know.  That is a quick fix, and I can email those to you!

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Reading Strategies

            This past year, my campus introduced a school-wide reading strategy.... Think No More, Just PLORE!  In Texas, we have the state required test, TAKS (that is now changing).  These strategies were used to help students attack reading passages.  I adjusted the wording of each strategy to help my 2nd graders understand them a little more.  If anyone needs a reading passage strategy, please feel free to use these posters in your classroom!  My students became very familiar with the steps after working with this throughout the spring semester.  We did about 1 passage each week just to get them used to the process.

All of the Posters are in 1 document:  Think No More, Just PLORE
Clip Art courtesy of DJ Inkers

I had to change the fonts because my old ones weren't working!