Thursday, June 14, 2012

A Quickie! Candy/Sweets Theme

I created a short a, short i mini word work packet to use next year. I wanted to post about it so I could offer the first 3 people who follow my blog and leave a comment with their email address will get it for free!


Check it out HERE!

I am also creating a candy/sweet themed classroom packet to use in my classroom next year. I had that theme last year but didn't have everything I would like. I use Poppin' Patterns' accents for bulletin board borders, calendar, etc. There isn't that much quality cute stuff out there for that theme. I simply love the theme and am not willing to change. So I'm pretty focused at the moment on that. I don't want to forget anything (LOL). I like to be prepared! I need to get it done so I can print it off and get it laminated at my school! I would rather it all be done and ready to use before we go back to school for teacher work week/days.

Is there anything particular that you look for when using a classroom theme packet? I'm trying to make sure I have EVERYTHING I need. I got the basics down: job lists, labels, binder covers/spines, table numbers, cubby numbers, class schedule, library bin labels, to do list for students, student binder/folder home communication tool, . . . At the moment that is all I can think of. If you can think of anything else let me know!

Psss! I would love to hear what theme you have in your won classroom.

I'm off to be creative! I love it :) Enjoy your day!



16 comments:

Molly said...

I love your sorts! These will be so great for word study! :-)

mkwunderl@me.com

Heidi said...

This looks great. I follow your blog already :)

Heidi
My (Not So) Elementary Life
mynotsoelementarylife@yahoo.com

YearntoLearn said...

Cute.

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Molly said...

P.S. I follow you, of course.

Delighted said...

This looks really cute. I love jellybeans...and now I have myself a bit of a craving going on. lol

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Lisa R. said...

Darn, I missed it...This came out great though!! :)I love the graphics!

Lisa
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Where Seconds Count said...

I just discovered your blog through Mrs. Bainbridge. I just became one of your newest followers.
I'll be teaching 2nd grade next year, so this post was beneficial to me. I wrote down your list for theme deco. The only thing I would add is labels for student library book bins.
Thank you so much for sharing your ideas.
Amy K
Where Seconds Count

Katie said...

Ah I missed it!!! maybe next time ;) haha. I love how colorful the unit is. I think you got most of the list down for classroom theme package.... what about name plates?

Katie
Dirty Hands and Lesson Plans

Primary Paradise said...

Cute unit. So colorful!
Tammy
primaryparadise.blogspot

Miss Nelson said...

I can't wait to see your finished product. I'm working on bee stuff.

✿Michele
Miss Nelson's blog

Ashlee said...

I'd love to see word wall letters!!

Ashlee
Aldaniels15@yahoo.com

Eileen Griffin said...

I love this theme. I was thinking along the same lines for next year. My school is 4 blocks from the beach, so I am a little over the beach theme. I also like the word work unit. I am trying to get my hands on more word work resources for next fall when I try the daily 5. I am your newest follower.
Eileen Griffin
2ndgradesunshine.blogspot.com

Lori said...

This is so colorful and cute!!
Lori
Conversations in Literacy

Susannah Dornan said...

Your stuff is adorable and so inspiring!! I'm also doing a candy theme this year and so I've been working on making posters that say, "Don't be an AIRHEAD... Think!" or "Work worth 100 GRAND" (for a good work bulletin board)and others that go along with the candy theme. Not sure if you already have an alphabet that you use but I just made an alphabet using lollipop clip art that turned out really cute. Since I work in a Christian school, I also try to find a verse to go along with the theme so I'm using the verse "O taste and see that the Lord is good..." I enjoy following your blog!
susiesseconds.blogspot.com

Brittany Kielar said...

Thank you ladies for all the comments and helpful ideas! I've been adding to my "to do" list. It never really ends does it? Oh well :) I can't wait to check out some of your lovely blogs that I don't already read/stalk ;)

I am currently trying to figure out how to add the reply feature to my comments and it is taking literally hours with no luck :( Hence my late response to you all!

Brittany

Unknown said...

Where can I get all the printables of alphabet and table number etc that you listed on July 12, 2012?

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