Friday, July 12, 2013

Favourite Pins Party: Superheros

Do you pin? Of course you do!

The lovely Cara from The First Grade Parade started up this great weekly pin party to entertain us all this summer. This is my second week participating.

The Rules as written on her blog:
Here's how it works.  Pin like a crazy person through the week {oh that just me?!?!?} and highlight your favorites every Friday.  Of course, you can post about your favorite teaching related pins, but feel free to post about anything else you pinned, too!!!  I love finding a great new recipe or a something I've never seen before that I just "have to have" :)
The only rule:  please make sure to link back to the ORIGINAL poster and not to Pinterest :)  Please and thankyouverymuch.

You can follow me on Pinterest if you like :)

Now onto my favourite pins this week. Click on images to go to the source.

I'm a little Superhero obsessed for my classroom this fall (have you figured that out yet?lol). So here are ten favourites from the last week.

1. Reading awards to recognize reaching reading goals. I think I'll give these out to students who read so many set minutes at home with their parents.

2. Voice levels chart, just add a clip to indicate what is acceptable for right now.
3. Reserved signs for student work in hallway. A great way to show students from the first day that you're waiting to show off their hard work, or to encourage slackers to finish quickly.

4. Sign for outside our door (or in window?) No original pin, is this yours?
Superhero classroom door sign. (I corrected spelling on superheroes)
5. One possibility for decorating my classroom door. Another dead link.
Superhero themed door
6. Superhero prepositions. Can I make a poster and worksheets to match? My wheels are churning!
Prepositions simple! Can also use this in an FSL classroom

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  1. i like the super reader certificate, i think i would let my friend read this.. I teach college students so I dont think they will value that as much as kids does.

    jenny's a little bit of everything

  2. Your superhero ideas are so cute! I have an owl theme in my classroom, but think a superhero theme would be ADORABLE!


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