Monday, July 15, 2013

Classroom labels freebie and DIY crate seats

Classroom Labels- Chalkboard and Pink Design

This classroom label set contains 54 labels that will help to organize your classroom. Print, cut, laminate and stick on your containers or shelves to have everything super organized!


 
 

Labels included


Baggies, Calculators, Chalk, Chalkboards, Clipboards, Colored Pencils, Construction Paper, Cut Out Letters, Crayons, Dull Pencils, Dry Erase Boards, Dry Erase Markers, Erasers, First Aid, Glue, Hand Sanitizer, Highlighters, Index Cards, Kleenex, Magnets, Markers, Notepads, Paper, Paper Clips, Pencils, Pens, Post-its, Prizes, Rewards, Rulers, Scissors, Sharpies, Sharpeners, Sharp Pencils, Stamps, Staples, Stickers, Supplies, Tape
 

Subjects

Arrival, Assembly, Dear Time, Dismissal,  Grammar,  Health, Language, Lunch,  Math,  Reading,  Recess,  Science,  Social Studies, Writing

I am linking up with Maniac Mondays and KinderAlphabet to share this freebie.  Click here to download my classroom labels freebie.
 
 
Classroom Freebies Manic Monday
 
 

Monday Made It- Crate Seats

After seeing these all over Pinterest, I finally decided to make crate seats.  They weren't very hard to make and turned out amazing!  I am linking up with Monday Made It to share this fun craft.
 
 
What you need:
  • plastic crates
  • fabric
  • 1" thick foam
  • plywood
  • spray adhesive
  • staple gun
 
Steps:
  1. Measure the length and width of your crates so you know how your plywood needs to be cut. I just took my crate into Home Depot with me and had them measure it.
  2. Lay your plywood on top of the mattress pad and trace as many as you need.
  3. Cut out your fabric making sure to leave enough around the edges to fold over the seat.
  4. Use spray adhesive to glue your foam pieces down on the plywood.
  5. Pull the fabric around and staple it to the plywood.  I did it like we were wrapping a present.
  6. Set the board onto the crate and plan what you're going to put inside.

 
 

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24 comments:

  1. I LOVE these labels!!! I am printing them as I type. These are a lot cuter than the ones I made! Thank you for the freebie from Manic Monday.
    Darleen
    Third Grade Love

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    1. Thanks Darleen. I've been loving all of the chalkboard resources out there. Enjoy!

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  2. Super cute!!!!! LOVE the pink letters!!!! :)
    Maria

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  3. Found your blog through the MD blogger link up and MMI link party :) Lovin' the chevron crates. I did that project last year. Chevron is so in this season. I decided on an animal/jungle theme last year so I'm kinda stuck with it for a few years lol. And your labels freebie is great!! Thanks so much ~Cara Lee

    The Sweet Life of Cara Lee

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    1. Thanks Cara. Do the crates last through the years? Hoping I don't have any that break.

      I love your whiteboard makeover. It looks awesome!

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  4. Your labels and crates came out great. Thanks for sharing the labels. There are several I wouldn't have thought of but they will be very handy.

    Heather
    room 4 imagination

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    1. Thanks Heather. I hope you enjoy them!

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  5. Thank you for sharing. I love the labels and the seats! I am your newest follower.
    Lisa
    TGIF- Third Grade Is Fun

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  6. I so want to do the crates - I love yours with the chevron!!! So cute! Your labels are wonderful, too!!

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    1. You should try it, Lisa. It wasn't hard and turned out great!

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  7. Love the crates so much I had to go and find some today too! Those babies were HARD to find but I'm glad I found a few at Walmart! Can't wait to start my project! Thanks for the pictures and tutorial! :D

    Aris
    -Sailing into Second

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  8. I'm loving these labels! Thanks for sharing. & your crate seats turned out so cute - the chevron is perfect!

    Lindsay
    Live Laugh & Learn in Second Grade

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  9. I'm loving these labels! I love them so much, I blogged about them!! They were part of my laminating haul this week - and I am SO excited to get them in my classroom! I gave you all the credit and linked back to your post on my blog here:
    http://3rdgradethings.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-countdown-is-on.html

    Thanks so much!
    Jessica
    thirdgradethings.blogspot.com

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  10. Hi! I LOVE your labels! I was wondering if you have them in Spanish? If not, is there anyway you could send me the editable version so I can translate them? Thanks!

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  11. Hi! I LOVE your labels!! I was wondering, do you have these in Spanish? If not, is there a way I can get an editable version so I can translate them? Let me know :). Thanks!

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  12. I LOVE your crate seats. I have been searching online to find directions for these seats that actually make sense and aren't extremely expensive. I was originally going to make these using buckets, but the crates are so much more useful within the classroom, plus I think they are a little safer. I am wondering... did the seats hold up okay? My only concern with this is that the plastic crates will not be strong enough for my second grade kiddos.

    I'm loving your blog! Have a great school year. :)
    Danielle

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    1. Hi Danielle. Sorry about the late reply, I just saw your message. I ended up switching from third to fourth grade, so I thought my kids were a little too big for them. I used them as storage and they looked great!

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  13. Hi! I ABSOLUTELY love your labels, they were just my first real go ahead for next year as I just laminated and cut them all out. I was wondering though if you have an editable version for a few words that I was hoping to also have as labels?

    Great blog! :)
    Jessica

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    1. I'm glad you like then Jessica. You can email me at bmarsh930@gmail.com with what labels you need and I'll send them to you. :)

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