Monday Made-it Gone Wild!

Only two more Monday Made Its before school starts, and I've been busy!  I'm linking up with Tara at 4th Grade Frolics to show you all the things I've made for my classroom.


 I bought a Lightbox at the beginning of the summer, and I've been in love ever since!  Yesterday I finally uploaded my Lightbox Letters to my TpT store (it's on sale for the next 24 hours!).  I'm still playing around with the other designs, so they're not in my store yet.


I've had this rolling cart in my room for years.  Since I no longer have primary colors in my room theme, I decided to give it a new look.  I think it turned out great (other than the fact that the drawers stick!).

This desk belonged to my grandfather, and I used to play school with it when I was little.  It's been up in my attic for years, so I decided to clean it up to take to my classroom.  I think I'm going to use it as a VIP desk.  I know the kids will get a kick out of its old school style!  

I bought two of these cushions at Hobby Lobby for my classroom.  Unfortunately, they didn't even last a year before my students destroyed them.  Instead of throwing them away I decided to duct tape them!  Four rolls of duct tape later and I think they're somewhat indestructible and kind of pretty!

 I love my Silhouette Cameo and use it to make lots of things for my classroom.  I decided to try working with heat transfer vinyl since  teacher t-shirts are one of my favorite things.  It took me several tries to cut and peel the letters, but I'm pleased with how my first shirt turned out!!

If you've ever visited my TpT store, you know I have an obsession with jars.  I started using them for workstations ten years ago when I taught 1st grade.  They're portable, easy to manage, and fun!  Since I'm now teaching a 3rd/4th self-contained high ability classroom, I decided to make a jar for project based learning.  My Project Jar has 40 project cards for any topic.  I can't wait for my students to use it this school year!

I like to have lots of fun and quick activities for students to do during the first week of school.  This getting to know you All About Me iPad lets students tell all about themselves using iPad icons.  Students can be as creative as they want with their drawings and choose from the 12 icons included or make their own.

I still have a few more Made Its for next week along with my classroom reveal!  Head over to 4th Grade Frolics to check out all the other Monday Made Its!!