Here are 10 back to school classroom management posters, to help celebrate the best year yet!
1-2-3 Come Have A Wonderful Year With Me
I know some of you have already started back to school, but that's hard for us midwesterners to wrap our heads around, because here in Michigan (Wisconsin too), Labor Day weekend is our last hurrah, before back to school officially starts on Tuesday.
With that in mind, I wanted to wish all of my teacher friends a wonderful year. I hope it's the best one yet. To everyone else out there in cyber space, Happy Labor Day weekend!
It is so true, and rather mind boggling, to realize the power that teachers wield in the classroom, and the amount of impact we have on our students' lives. The huge responsibility that entails, should be dutifully noted.
I designed this little poster, so that you can hang it up inside your teacher's cupboard or closet, as a gentle reminder.
If you like it; print off some copies for your teacher friends and tuck them in their mailboxes, as a thoughtful way to wish them a wonderful year.
Likewise, may yours be filled with excitement and plenty of memory-making moments. Click on the link to grab a copy of the Superpowers of a Teacher poster.
Thanks for visiting today. As always, feel free to PIN away. I for one, get a lot of "pinspiration" from that website, which really gets my creative juices flowing! So many ideas...so little time.
Since it's the start of Labor Day weekend, it's only fitting that I happily labor away designing some sweet little goodies, to hopefully make your life easier, and learning-- a bit more fun.
Later, when my sweetie gets home, the relaxation party can get started! Hoping your weekend is filled with everything and everyone you enjoy the most.
"Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere." -Chinese Proverb
Use the large road signs as gentle reminder posters for a wall.
Print double ones and hang them back-to-back with a piece of fish line and suspend from the ceiling.
Several “My students are out of this world” signs, hung from the ceiling, dangling down at various lengths in front of your back to school bulletin board, with your students’ first day photographs, would add interest.
Use the smaller ones for a bulletin board boarder, or make bookmarks, a magnet, or cut slits and make pencil toppers for your students.
Hang the “Danger” sign on your door, and suspend the “Quiet Zone Testing” one, on your doorknob when you are assessing.
Use the “Think” sign as a cover for a writing prompt for a “What are your thoughts today?” journal.
Whatever you decide to use the signs for, I hope you find them helpful.
Click on the link to view/download Student Road Signs
Thanks for visiting today. I hope you can STOP by tomorrow for more back to school ideas.
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“ I touch the future; I teach.” Ms. McAuliffe