Friday, September 20, 2013

Five for Friday {Linky Party!}

Hello Friends!

1. Displaying Student Work
I hang string across the bulletin board and then use
clothespins for hanging student work!
Taking down and putting up new student work
goes much faster without having to remove staples!
2. Laminating! A Teacher's Love
I don't know what I would do without this little guy!
The laminating at our school is very thin and things can easily rip.
This printer by Scotch offers laminating sheets in 3ml and 5 ml thickness!!
Here are the laminating sheets by Scotch!
You can also purchase thermal laminating pouches in bundle
from with different sizes to choose from.
3. So True!
This kind of sums up my week!
I think someone said there was a full moon this week
and the change in weather isn't helping!
4. Work Stations Organization
For some Work Station Literacy Centers in our classroom students
go to the same spot in the classroom everyday. Other work station
activities are kept in totes and labeled with picture and words.

CLICK HERE to get these labels!!

5. Telluride, CO
We visited Telluride, CO this summer and it was absolutely
We can't wait to go back!
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  1. Absolutely love the string and clothespegs for hanging up work. As a student I always have some spare on stand by for when my tutor comes in so I can quickly hang up some work to catch their attention ;)

    I also use this to hang up some pictures in my bedroom, such a lovely idea!

    Best wishes,

  2. Hi Stef! I just found your blog! :) LOVE your display idea- and your pictures of Colorado. Gorgeous. I am thisclose to breaking down and buying a laminator. I am afraid I would spend a fortune on sheets. Hmmm.
    Happy Weekend!
    Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together

  3. @Carolyn Hello! Thank so much for stopping by my blog! I bought my current laminator four years ago and it's still going strong! I recently found the site and you can buy laminating sheets in bundle. You might be able to purchase the laminating sheets with budget money as well. Just an idea!