Friday, August 3, 2012

Just Pinning It...

Friday already!!! Nooo...I only have one more week of waking up when I want, watching daytime tv, grocery shopping midday, and staying up late. Oh, and I guess one more week of using my time pinning away.

Here are 5 of my favorite pins I found this week. 


1. Chalkboard Sign Printables for K-12
example of image from pdf

Great printable for  beginning of school photos






There are copies of K-12 and I think it will be the cutest prop for the "First Day of School" photo.
It's a pdf file and contains all grade levels. 

2. This is a neat thing if your Meet the Teacher/Open House/Back to School Night is before school starts. Have the parents fill it out so you know how each student is getting home.
Pinned Image

3. Candy Land Sight Word Edition...Awesome!

Candy Land+Sight Words=Awesome
I repinned this picture and it's sourced back to a blog but no link on where to get the labels for the words...I searched TpT. Click here to see my results.

4 An app that tells you the AR level of a book (source: itunes)
**disclaimer** I do not own this (yet) I will totally purchase this when they update it to include a scanning book option. Awesome idea!!
iPhone Screenshot 1.

5.General Labels with pictures
I had a request for my labels with pictures. I think this is such a great idea for kindergarten but I don't have classroom supply clip art yet. I did find these and you can bet I pinned them asap! (and they're free!!!)
First Grade Garden: Classroom Organization - labels


As always permission to pin.

Teacher Humor

5 Replies:

polkadotfirsties said...

I can't believe there's an app for AR! I'm going to have to share this with all of my co-workers!

Cindy Gilchrist said...

What a cute blog you have!

Miss Cosby said...

I was kinda excited in the nerdiest way possible!

Miss Cosby said...

@Cindy Thanks so for stopping by!

Kelli said...

love the chalkboard printables.....don't you just love pinterest?

Please stop by my blog-I have a FREEBIE for K-2 notebooks!

Kelli
Tales From a Traveling Teacher

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