Monday Made It on Tuesday :)

My daughter and I were hard at work in my classroom today.
We spent WAY more time there than I had anticipated.
It is coming together though.

I am linking up once again with TARA for Monday Made It.

First of all, we got into the classroom and there were two boxes. 
YIPPPPPEEEEEE!
This beauty was in the first box. I didn't get past it until we set it up AND used it!
Oh JOY!!!





We laminated these clock numbers from Beth at Second Grade Discoveries.


Sooooo cute. If you love owls, you should check out her blog. 
So many products!


My second clipboard.
A little dizzy. :)


I noticed that my filing cabinet had a little rust on it. So we covered it up with fabric and Duct Tape!!!


Now I just have to figure out how to mod podge the front with coordinating paper.
I can still use this with magnets. Janie checked :)


We are going to start to convert part of our new shed into a chicken coop. I cannot wait!!!


Pretty picture from Cape Cod. I did not make it but I took it!

Have a wonderful day!





10 comments

  1. Hehe you can't stare at that clipboard for too long!! I like how you covered the filing cabinet with fabric.. I have a dirty looking one, too!
    ❤Teri
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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  2. I just got a laminator too! I haven't used mine yet, though.
    My husband and I have been thinking of putting a chicken coop in our
    backyard, too. I LOVE chickens -- they're so funny.

    ❀Barbara❀
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

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    1. Barb,
      You should get chickens. We LOVE them!

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  3. Duct tape seems to be the solution to all problems these days. Looks great!
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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  4. I just love my laminator too:) Those clock numbers are great. Your blog is super cute and I am your newest follower! Fellow NYer too...WNY!
    ~Holly
    Fourth Grade Flipper

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    1. I would love to talk to you sometime about APPR and all the other things we are implementing this year :)

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  5. I love how your classroom is coming together--it sounds like you have a great daughter! I grew up in Oneonta, New York--but now live in Illinois. I miss my trees and hills of Oneonta.

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    1. That's quite a change! I will post a photo when the leaves begin to change. :)

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