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Address Labels:  
My name & e-mail address that I put in each child's agenda book
Stickers I put on my property that I keep at school.  

Door Magnets:  
 I have magnetic chalkboards I use for bulletin boards.  This will go nicely with a bulletin board I am creating for next year.  
To remind students about morning procedures  
To display exemplar work

Business Card-Sized Magnets:

Large Postcard:

Key Chain:  For a reward

 Note Pads:  
 Post Cards:  



 Rubber Stamps:  



 Yard Sign:  
Rack Cards:
Coaching Cards for Daily 5 Read to Someone

(front)
(back)

Banner:


Medium Poster:
Whenever the class does well or receives a compliment from another teacher, they will earn baseballs to put on the poster.  Once the class receives 25 baseballs, they will get a reward.  

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for linking up! I love your magnets for student of the month! and your stamps, and your variety of postcards, and.... well I guess I love them all. My fav has to be the property of address label! Why didn't I think of that! I guess I need to make a trip to Vistaprint again!
    Spotlight on Kindergarten

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  2. I LOVE vistaprint! Thanks for sharing your wonderful uses!
    Barb
    meet me at the zoo...
    kinderzoo

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  3. Thanks for linking up! I love your stamps and keychain!
    Thanks, Nancy

    The Apple Basket Teacher

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  4. I love Vistaprint too! I use many of these same ideas. I love the To-Do pad for make-up work, though! :)

    Another thing I do with Vistaprint car door magnets is make a "Science Jobs" magnet that I stick to the board. It details all the jobs (Getter, Cleaner, Starter, On-Task Manager) and then I write colored dots next to the magnet on the board (each student has a dot in my room - each table group has all 4 colors) and alternate them for each experiment. :)

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