Friday, July 3, 2015

July Pick 3!


Today I'm linking up with Inspired Owl's Corner and Pawsitively Teaching Pick 3 Linky Party! I found some super cute pins that I am just obsessed with this month! See below. :)



The first pin I found makes my teacher heart AND my mommy heart smile!! Framed children's book pictures for the nursery! I just love it! I have got to do this!! Baby girl comes in less than a month so my project list is pretty long, but maybe I'll have time to sneak this project in!



My second pin is school-related. Even though I'm not going to be in a classroom next year, I'll definitely be saving this idea for when I go back! I hate answering the same questions a million times and this little system would answer all those questions! LOVE IT!!



And finally, one more classroom management pin! I just can't get enough classroom management ideas. And this one goes along with my love for Class Dojo! It's a 100 Point Club for Class Dojo! My kids would have loved this last year!!! What a great motivator to get those positive points! I'll definitely have to remember this for next year!

Well there you have it! My favorite pins for the month of July! If you want to follow me on Pinterest (which I totally think you should), you can find me HERE!

Now head on over to Inspired Owl's Corner and Pawsitively Teaching for more fun July Pinterest Picks!! 



6 comments:

  1. I have never tried class dojo, but hear about it all the time. I can see where it would be motivating to students. Love your idea of framing book covers!
    Burke's Special Kids

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    1. Class Dojo is FABULOUS!! Especially because it makes progress monitoring easy if you have a student on a behavior intervention plan! I would definitely recommend it!!

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  2. The book cover frames are adorable! And I love the Classroom Dojo board! I need to look into that for next year! Thank you so much for sharing and linking up! :)

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    1. Thanks for hosting such a fun linky!!!

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  3. Your second pin is something I made years and years ago when I was student teaching in the 90's except back mine was not pretty like today's are. I will say that it worked like a charm! A lot less questions!

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    1. I just love it!! I will definitely have to try it out!! Thanks for stopping by Lynn!

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