Monday, August 27, 2012

I finally Monday Made It Again

I made a few things yesterday.  Just a few....I'm still just trying to keep my head above water.  Sometimes, it's not working.

I made these number magnets, after my pebble ones just didn't work out:

I got these beauties from A Cupcake for the Teacher.  You can grab your own freebie by clicking over to her blog {here}.  I love E.V.E.R.Y.thing that she creates.  Just FYI.

As beautiful as my pebble magnets were, they just didn't work out in my classroom.  Why?  Well, when pebbles fall off of the chalkboard and land on the chalkboard ledge...well.......NOISY!  I'm going to have to save these and use them some other place in my room where they can perhaps fall onto a pillow or something.



I also made this Math It Up board:


I got this idea from my friend, Tara, who got this idea from Teacher on the Loose.  Don't you just love the blogging world?  You can find just about everything you ever wanted from a friend...or from a friend of a friend.  And so on....  It's blank right now (without numbers to add/subtract/multiply or divide) because this is as far as I got.  Click on the links above (Tara or Teacher on the Loose) to see more.

Well, those are the only two pitiful things that I made.  But, at least I did make something this week.  I just had to link up with my blog bud, Tara! 




9 comments :

  1. Your pebble story made me laugh...I hate when things like that happen. They would be good for something on a cookie sheet. I want to make the Math It Up Board. I was thinking of doing it on the back of my Boggle Board, it is a giant oil pan.

    Happy School Year!

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    1. Kelly, that is a great idea! I have been trying to think of a way to use a giant oil pan...I might need it for my pebble magnets :)

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  2. You cracked me up E! I love Teri's numbers too. Guess what movie I watched last night? Well, it was the 2nd of a series, so it didn't feature our song, hahahaha!

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    1. I'm thinking it looks like a movie night tonight. I need some comic relief :)

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  3. Super Cute! I'm back in school, so there is little time for crafting!

    Twins, Teaching and Tacos.

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  4. Love your number pebbles...use them in a Math center. The kids can pick 2 and add or multiply or whatever. They are too cute not to use:) Hugs to ya:)


    4th grade Frolics

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    1. That's a great idea. I think, though, that I'm going to use them on my job boards. The ones you helped me with :)

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