It's F.R.I.D.A.Y!!! Because we are all so use to Doodle Bugs Five for Friday linky, I feel like it's becoming mandatory to "link-up" on Friday, so today I'm linking up with Cara from The First Grade Parade, who is hosting a Favorite Pins Friday linky, while Doodle Bugs is taking some much deserved time off.
Sorry these are not in any particular order, I have thousands of pins and many favorites. If you want to follow me click here.
The Polka Dotted Teacher (click the link to see this picture's original post) posted this on her blog as a student gift, she found the idea originally (picture below) from Confessions of a Teaching Junkie (click the link to see the original post). There are things I like about both. I really like bright colors of Polka Dotted Teacher's & how it fills the page, but I like that Confessions of a Teaching Junkie has the school, teacher, and year at the bottom and that it's a fun shape.
Sorry my pin for this one does not link back to anything. But this great gift is the reason why I need a Cameo or a Cricut. Fun letters on a clipboard with a pack of markers, and a bow = a cute little gift for the kiddos.
A wrapping paper caddy!!! What a magnificent idea. 2 Little Hooligans posted a tutorial on how to make this convenient do-dad. I know this would help around the holiday's to just roll this baby out of the closet, with everything conveniently in one place.
Thanks to Happy Home Fairy for mentioning this fabulous homework station idea from Mommy Minded means no more scratch paper needed to help with homework problems. Chalk spray pain on a table what a genius idea!
Classroom DIY has a great tutorial on how to make this DIY classroom caddy from drink mix containers. I wish I had the kind of time to DIY everything from stuff that is around the house instead of spending all my money at the store, for convenience. The picture has Cooperative Learning 365 on it so I'm going to include a link to her site as well.
My son already, at the age of 2, has so many toy cars that when I saw this on The Mom Creative I knew I wanted to do it for him one day.
I love this idea from Meadow Lake Road: Interior Design Ideas as a way to display my kid(s) "Proud" work like art work or good assignments.
Love this idea from My Primary Passion. I think it's a great visual for kids to see that everyone painted/decorated their rock different & that every person is different. I also think it's a great school, unity activity.
Ok, if this is not the perfect use for those pesky book jackets, than I don't know what is!!! I love to read & having a book jacket banner in the classroom is just an awesome idea!!! Thank you Kinder-craze for posting this.
Ok I can hear my little guy chatting up his stuffed animals from his crib, so I need to go get him & there just isn't enough time in the day to post all of my fav pins, but I will definitely be coming back next week to post some more. In the mean time feel free to check out my Pinterest page.
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Remember to link up with Cara & share your favorite pins.