A few weeks back I posted about how I organize my crayons, colored pencils, and markers!
It has been the BEST idea ever!
No more digging for colors
No more hearing, "I don't have a black" or "I can't find a green"
It sat nicely on my back counter in a place the kids could go all the time.
Now you have to set some rules with getting colors. I mean, who wants all 24 kids up at one time trying to get to the colors...right???
I would have the kids get TWO colors at a time. I would start by calling tables over, one at a time. By the time all the tables got their two colors they started slowly going back up, putting their two colors away and getting two more. It became a nice flow.
When I posted this idea, many people asked for my labels!
WELL...I have made some:)
This was the first thing I worked on this morning.
I made a few different kinds and added the ones I had previously!
And one set that is not complete yet. I emailed Krista Wallden from The Creative Chalkboard to see if she can make the Paint Chip pencils in a few other colors...they are just so cute!
I am ready to print out my set! Are you?
You can pick it up at my TpT or TN shop!
If you would like to win a free copy, just leave a comment and I will pick a two winners later tonight!
So I found this paper from Erin Bradley and fell in LOVE. I really don't have the money to do a new theme or colors, but with moving, this is the perfect opportunity!
I love the calm cool colors! It is SO me.
So should I? Shouldn't I?
Anyone have places to find Borders and Trimmers online? I think that might make my decision easier!
Enjoy the rest of your Sunday! Happy Father's day to all you Dad's out there! A special shout out to my father. He is one of the most laid back, easy going guys around! I am so thankful and proud he is my dad!