Monday, August 6, 2012

Monday Made-It!

I did it again!  I Monday Made-It!

Project #1:

I found these counting blocks at The Dollar Store yesterday:

Psshh...I'm not going to use them for counting!  They are going to be one of my Word Work stations.  I put letters on each of them.

(Yes, that's all I did because I want to go to the beach)
I'm pretty sure I got this idea from another blogger...but I can't remember who!  Please let me know if you did this, so I can give you credit!

 Project #2:

More clipboards!  Got these at The Dollar Store too.

This time, I wrapped them in a different duct tape:

Whoops!  Ran out of duct tape!  

Each roll covers 2 clipboards, it seems.

Check out 4th Grade Frolics for more wonderful craft ideas!


  1. Your clipboards are cute. I like the pattern you chose.
    I also like your letter dice. I'll have to work on that as well. Just an FYI, because I can never have enough word work manipulatives, while wandering the wood isle at Hobby Lobby, I found wodden discs (small) with letters stamped on them.
    Where Seconds Count

  2. You gotta love duct tape! I am looking at finding some polka dot patterned duct tape... but I only saw pink.... I don't think the boys in my class would like that.

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  3. I bought some of those little cubes, too! I think I'll make one set of letters and one set of numbers! Love them!
    Rowdy in Room 300

  4. Just ran out and got the cubes! Thanks for the great idea!
    - Michele Multiage Moments

  5. Love the many uses for duct tape!

    Success in Second Grade
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  6. I HAVE to find these foam cubes! I went there last week and they didn't have any! You found them in the teacher section right? Super cute!!

    Reaching for the TOP!

  7. The cube idea came from Hadar at Miss Kindergarten! I am making those too. :)

    Marvelous Multiagers!

  8. Did you do one continuous strip with the clipboards or cut and stop with each strip? Any suggestions to do this or what was easy would be appreciated!


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