I'm linking up with 4th Grade Frolics for Monday Made It & Classroom Freebies Manic Monday!
I've been doing a TON of printing, cutting and laminating in preparation for the start of school. I just bought this fabulous at-home laminator and have already gone through 2 packs of 50 laminating sheets!!!! If you scroll through my "made-it's" you'll find 2 freebies plus 1 editable freebies.... 3 freebies, yay! Each of the freebies will take you to a google doc and you can download from there! You will also find 2 products you can buy from my TPT store.
Okay so onto what I've been busy printing, cutting & laminating...
Volume Level Posters...
I had much less fancy volume level posters up in my room last year and I decided to design bright, patterned fun posters this year. I use a clothespin with a laminated arrow hot glued to it to clip on the appropriate voice level my kiddos should be using. Click the photo and you can get your own copy at my TPT store.
Schedule Cards & Calendar Numbers (FREEBIE)
I used the schedule cards that are part of the Polka Dots and Stripes Mega Classroom Kit from TPT. I resized them which will save space on my board and saved paper/laminating sheets. I'll put magnets on these and put them on one of my white boards so the kiddos know what our day will be like. I made these calendar numbers to brighten up our monthly calendar pocket chart. Grab your free copy of the calendar numbers by clicking the photo above!
Bathroom Pass (FREEBIE)
I'm going to put a pretty ribbon to hang my hall passes. The circle passes will be hot glued to clothespins just like Tara's great bathroom pass idea she posted a couple weeks ago on Monday Made It. Get your own editable copy by clicking the picture above!
I made literacy center signs to hang over each center area. I also made smaller signs to go in a pocket chart with the kiddos names next to it for our center rotations. Get your copy on my TPT page!
Math Centers (FREEBIE)
I got the idea to make these from Math is Elementary's link up to last week's Monday Made It. I'll use these for my guided math block. I had a hard time organizing guided math last year, but I think having these 4 rotations will help a lot! I also made circle numbers to identify my groups. You can get your free copy by clicking the photo.
I hope you enjoy the freebies :)