Welcome to day #2 in the Queen of my Craftrooms Back to School Blog Hop!
Today I wanted to share with you a super easy organizational tool for teachers to use with their students in the first few weeks of school. A new group of students brings forth a learning curve. During the first few weeks of school, a teacher must memorize names, get to know their students but most of all-keep them safe at all times. Dismissal can be challenging to say the least so I created some school bus and car backpack tags to help organize the end of the day challenges.
Here are the materials used for the project:
Locker Talk cartridge-bus on page 70 cut at 3 1/2 inches, car on page 58 cut at 3 inches
Yellow, black, red, and white cardstock
black gel pen
two way glue pen (which I recommend using on the older Cricut cartridges-the layering can be tricky)
1/2 inch hole punch
**Tip: I would recommend laminating the dismissal tags so they last a little longer. You can always write the bus number on top of the lamination if a student rides more than one bus. You can also place magnets on the back of each tag and stick them on the chalkboard-I would recommend writing the students name on the front/back of the tag.
Don't forget to leave a comment here stating what you remember as a child when you came back to school to start a new year for a second chance to win an I-Rock tool set. Also leave comments on each blog in the hop line in order to win additional prizes-see Michelle's blog for more info!!
Here is the line up:
Susan - http://itsmesusanp.blogspot.com
Lynne Kirsch ~ http://hercraftiness.blogspot.com
Robin ~ http://scrapandchat.blogspot.com
Stephanie ~ http://www.alwayscrafting.com
Jenn Lorist ~http://jennspapercrafts.blogspot.com
Berenice Rendon http://karbers.blogspot.com/
Sherry Wolfe: http://www.upordowntheyrebeautiful.blogspot.com/
Wendy http://cricutyourclassroom.com-YOU ARE HERE
Bobbi Jo - http://sweetsassydiva.com