Monday, July 15, 2013

Monday Made It!

Good morning, y'all!  It's time for another round of Monday Made It!  I am excited to show you what I made last week!  

I bought these pumpkin/fall cutouts at Dollar Tree for $1.00 a few weeks ago and planned to write Math problems on them.  Two weeks ago I showed you my Pumpkin Place Value for Monday Made It (Click here if you missed it).  This week I did the same thing, except I didn't use place value.  This time problems were: estimating sums and differences, rounding, adding and subtracting decimals, and multi-step story problems.  The answers are on the back so students can self check their answers.


After seeing this SUPER CUTE chevron background, I decided to re-do my binder covers again!!  I actually made new covers about a month ago, but I LOVE this background so I did them again!  



This week I am spending time at one of my favorite places: the beach! We live about 3 1/2 hours from the beach, but that can still be a long drive for my little one, who is 3 years old.  So, I decided to make a road trip notebook!  First, I bought a binder and a pencil pouch.  I already had the page protectors and all of the materials I put inside.  Inside the pencil pouch, I put some crayons for him to use.  Then, I filled the page protectors with things like coloring pages, blank pages with stickers, and thin books.  I got this idea HERE.  Here are some pictures of our road trip notebook!  







Looking forward to seeing all of the other Monday Made It's!!


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7 comments :

  1. Cute road trip notebook.

    I also love your binders. I am going to try and put something like that together this year for my social studies...

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  2. Love the road trip binder. Just found you through another blog. I'm a new follower.
    Tammy
    Primary Paradise

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  3. Adorable binder for Easton! I can completely relate to wanting to redo your binders again. I'm terrible when it comes to updating to something cuter! :)
    Erin
    Short and Sassy Teacher

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  4. Love what you made for Easton :) I am sure it kept him busy! Enjoy the beach!! Hope it doesn't get too rainy for you.

    Lauren
    The Sweetest Thing
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  5. I love your social studies binders. I'm working on my binders and learning targets now. Everything seems more fun once you've found the right digital paper. Thank you for sharing!

    Mary

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  6. You are so smart to make a road trip notebook. I wish I had one of those when I was a kid. Oh...who am I kidding... I wish someone would make me one now. :) Great idea!

    Amanda
    The Teaching Thief

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