Monday Made It *FREEBIES!

Linking up with Tara at Fourth Grad Frolics for Monday Made it again today!
Another Monday down means school is just around the corner for me!! I am excited to get back in my classroom and start fixing in up especially as I finish up some of my Summer to dos! Here's what I worked on this week!
 I made these Labels for my Interactive Reading and Math Notebooks! I can't wait to use these this year, I've done variations of folders, binders, and foldables but I think it will be awesome to have them all right here in one notebook that can be added to as we go!  I LOVE these notebooks that match my classroom colors in cute designs I got at Walmart for 97 cents each!! I wanted to be able to easily tell them apart so I made different reading (above with the black background) and math (below with a white background) labels!
These are printed on Avery Shipping Labels product number 48264 3 1/3 x 4 inch 6 per page in case you wanted to look them up! You can download these labels RIGHT HERE for FREE!
While I was at Walmart I found this Washi Tape that matched my classroom for 98 cents a roll! So I finally finished these clips that will hold student work in the hallway and anchor charts in our classroom. I just covered the clip with the tape, trimmed and brushed over it with a little Mod Podge to help it stay in place! I hot glued pushpins to the back to hang them with and changing out the work should be a breeze!
Finally I updated my supply drawer labels to match the Boho theme! I added the bird stickers to really tie it all together! I can't wait to get into my classroom and get all the drawers done! You can get these drawer labels RIGHT HERE for FREE TOO!

I only have two more Mondays before I am back to work! I have a couple more projects I'm working on so don't forget to check back next week and see what I've got for you!

Hop on over to Tara's blog and check out all the other busy teachers who are making it this Monday!! Thanks for reading!


  1. Adorable! I will finally have a little time to START crafting. Haven't done a thing yet.

  2. I love the colors of your notebooks. I walk by the Washi tape every time I'm in a store, but haven't broken down and bought any yet. I just can't think of what I would put it on, but I do like the clothespin idea. Maybe I'll try that.
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

  3. So fun! I love the drawer labels. I have them on my to do list as well! Newest follwer here. Please come follow me at

  4. I can't wait to make my drawer labels. Yours are so cute!

    Simply 2nd Resources

  5. I was going to make clothespins with glitter but like the tape better... cleaner and easier. Thanks for sharing.

  6. I absolutely love your pencils, pens, erasers drawer! I made one last year and you will really love it!
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  7. I love the clothes pin. Great ideas! Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to read more post.


  8. I love how you are measuring time left in how many MMIs you have left. I have 3 MMIs before I am back officially.


  9. Amy you can so make plastic pretty! I took my red and black teacher binder to school today and a couple of the girls went crazy. They loved it. I had to send them the link to your store right then so they could go and pick one out! Sara B

  10. I REALLY want to use interactive notebooks with my first graders but just not sure about how they would turn out! Love your labels though.

    For the Love of First Grade

  11. Love those drawer labels! Thank you for sharing them!

    I am so obsessed with washi tape... I'm convinced it's taking over the world.

    First Grade Frenzy!

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  13. Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas. I'm your newest follower.

  14. I love the chevron notebook....super cute!!

  15. Thank you so much for sharing so generously!

  16. Thanks so much for sharing! I your decor!!! And..was so excited to hear that you found Washi tape at Walmart not less. I just discovered it recently on a teacher's blog and want some...bad!
    Thanks again for sharing all your hard work.


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