Lotsa Dots has us going crazy over here at Simply Sprout!
This is our newest classroom creation. We just love the burst of color and the whimsy of the polka dots.
This adorable colorful set is bright and cheery and is perfect for any classroom. This set has everything you need to get started for the beginning of the school year. This set includes printable pages you can print on your color printer, cut, laminate and watch your classroom come to life with fun!
A classroom newsletter template
How we get home transportation cards (bus rider, after school, van, walkers, car pickup)
How we get home sign
Blank labels for cubbies or supply cabinets (3x5)
Blank sign (perfect for class rosters, welcome signs etc.)
Nametags for student desks
ABC's for a word wall or ABC chart
Word Wall sign
Blank round signs (2 sizes)
8.5x11 learning center signs ( Math center, writing center, language center, reading center, art center)
Supply labels for classroom supplies (3x5)
Table signs ( Table 1, 2 ,3,4 & 5)
Large number signs ( 1 - 20)
Open house sign in sheet
Open house foldable signs ( please sign in, welcome to open house, please take one)
8.5x11 binder covers (data notebook, grade book, lesson plans, sub plans, progress monitoring)
Afternoon dismissal chart
2 page lesson plan template (colorful)
2 page lesson plan template (simple)
Blank circles ( 2 sizes) (These are perfect for adding colorful letters to, hole punching the sides and attaching with ribbon, make welcome banners, bulletin board letters and signs)
Colorful pom poms are all the rage this school year. They are so inexpensive and fun to make and will definitely brighten up even the gloomiest of rooms.
This set compliments Dots on Turquoise made by creative teaching press
This is one of my all time favorite classroom kits!
A tech tip for you!If you are purchasing this item from our online store you will be receiving it as a pdf to preserve original content. However you most likely will want to make this kit your own by typing your newsletters etc on it. So you need to find an online converter to convert the pdf to a word document. (you can find free samples of this type of software) To write on it draw a text box right click on it to format go to colors and lines make sure none is selected for fill and for line. Now you have made an invisible text box which you can use to type wherever you please on the document. The fonts used in this pack are learning curve and howser and can be found for free online at sites like dafont.com. and Kevin & Amanda's fonts You will also notice once you convert it that the images are individual jpgs. This is helpful if you would like to convert say your newsletter into its own file. You would copy and past the newsletter image into a new document and save as just your newsletter. You would insert the text boxes and such in the same way.
If your pictures are used in a blog post we will offer you a discount on your next purchase. You can email your photos to email@example.com.....we love before and after shots! Happy Decorating!
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