Friday, August 3, 2012

I Need Your Help!

So, I've been trying the get the creative juices flowing!  I started working on my polka dotted and chevron theme forever ago and I'm finally trying to finish it up!

Here is pretty much what everything is looking like
Plus, some other bright chevron colors!

So far I've created:
Calendar Numbers
Month Headers
Day Headers
Numbers 1-180
Cursive and Print Alphabet
Desk Name Tags
Table Numbers
Word Wall Letters
Directional Signs 

What else should I add?  What would you like to see? Let me know! Who knows, if you leave a suggestion, maybe someone who leaves a suggestion may just get to grab the whole thing for free! :) 

Oh and don't forget...





17 comments:

  1. Cute combination of chevron & dots! I'm trying to put more bright colors into my classroom as well! As far as a suggestion for what to add, I'd say subject labels (for a schedule) such as reading, math, science ...

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  2. Oooh! I love this! You could add some cute pennants to print out in the coordinating colors and polka dots. I also like the idea of subject labels. Oooh, and maybe some labels for supply baskets. :) I would use all of it.

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  3. I agree..schedule cards, supply labels, boggle letters, attendance cards, job signs...Awesome job!!

    Courtney
    Teaching in Paradise

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  4. I'd love to see schedule cards, job cards, and "where are we" cards. They style is too cute!

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees

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  5. The style is really pretty and eye-catching. I would love to see labels and hall passes. Thanks for the inspiration to make things more colorful! Leeann

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  6. Too cute! I was also going to say job cards and subject cards. Supply basket cards would also be great.

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  7. Labels that say turn in here....library labels..these are super cute!
    Amanda
    cheriiebutterfly06@yahoo.com

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  8. Love these!! How about supply labels (glue, scissors, paper, pencils -sharpened-dull-, etc.), daily schedule cards, helper cards (teacher helper, door holder, etc.), numbers for the clock (5,10,15, etc.), and maybe some "Caught being good" tickets (I found some that a previous teacher left behind and use those for raffle tickets for good behavior) and center cards (to label the baskets).

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  9. Those are so cute! I love the design idea. What about labels for your classroom library?

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  11. I love your labels! I am really into anything with the Chevron print. How about objective labels? I also love the idea of specials labels (P.E., art, music, etc.) and schedule labels!

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  12. How about adding a "where we are" chart or library labels or welcome banner letters?

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  13. Looks great! I know a lot of people are looking for class jobs bulletin board sets. You might add them.

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  14. love the graphic look of these....and I'm so into black and white anyway. Would love to buy these. I'm thinking this design would also be great for lockers/coat hooks to get the theme going outside of the classroom, with a coordinating teacher name plate for outside of your room. How about a blank birthday card that could be reprinted and ready at a moment's notice. Oh, and how about something along this same design for newsletters home. So many ideas, but better for me to love design and paper than diamonds right?

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  16. I can't come up with a better idea than the above!
    I do WANT the alphabet NOW!!!!!! There was one I was ready to print, but this one is so much better!!

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  17. These are so cute! Congratulations!

    I am your newest follower! I am a 3rd Grade Teacher in Australia. I am always posting some great freebies and would love to share with other 3rd Grade Teachers!

    Alison
    http://mathswithmeaning.blogspot.com.au/

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