Monday, July 1, 2013

Where Are You?

It is Monday morning. I am linking up with Tara for her Made It Monday linky.

For this week's project, I made a "Where Are You?" Sign. I used a cookie sheet, small wooden circles, paint, sealer, magnets, and Washi tape. The wooden shapes, paint, sealer, and magnets were left over pieces from previous projects. I bought the cookie sheet last year to use with magnetic letters for word work. My kids used the file cabinet more than the cookie sheet, so I decided to repurpose the sheet.

I chose the glittery charcoal and turquoise from last week's project. To make it easier for students to find their number, I painted even numbers gray and odd numbers blue. I used paint markers and sealed the student circles with spray lacquer. I used craft glue to attach the magnets. (At our school, we use the word "facilities" instead of "restroom". I needed a spot for RtI and students that see OT, PT, and Speech to sign out. I often have students at four different locations during work time in the afternoon.)
I am going to hang this by the door with Velcro strips. I hope this will allow me to keep better track of my students' comings and goings.
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  1. Great idea. I've seen some of these around, but this is the cutest yet! I'm inspired. Thanks!
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  2. This is great! My students are always coming and going so this would be very helpful, especially if there was a substitute in the classroom. Thanks for sharing!

    Sara :)
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  3. So cute! I did the magnetic numbers last year - the kids loved it, it was easy, and it was still working at the end of the year.

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  4. I really like this! Very cute!

  5. Great tool! I've "lost" kids before so I know this would be helpful!

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