Made it! Round four!!

It's my favorite day of the week!
{at least for the summer!}
I've been ready to link up with Tara at 4th grade Frolics ALLLL week long!

I made 2 little crafts this week:
I've been wanting to make one of these headband holders for Ella! She's really just started wearing headbands and, of course, they are big and bulky in a drawer and we had no good place to store them! And you forget about them if they're not out, are ya with me?!

It was super easy to make!
I started out with a big ol' container of oatmeal - I'm going to be making cookies this afternoon :)
I pulled the label off and painted the lid and the rim so you don't see any of the ugly brown!
I forgot to take pictures while I was doing the rest of it, but it's easy - you will need 2- 12x12 sheets of scrapbook paper.  One sheet won't fit around all the way. You will have to trim it to 9 1/4" tall. Slather a thin layer of mod podge on the cardboard and just stick your paper on! Let it dry and after about 10 minutes I added the ribbon and bow to decorate! 

This one is my "school" craft - inspiration from Tara herself! My kids don't need a hall pass too often, but I ADORE using a clothespin to clip onto them! I reealllly don't want their little hands {that you KNOW they did not wash well enough!} touching a pass after they've been to the restroom! I'm going to do this instead of dismissal sticks for my kids this year, too. {more about that later!}

I only have 2 clips here because all of my clothespins are at school - I've got like 7 packs of them; I didn't see the point in buying expensive ones at Micheal's when I was there today! You get the idea, right?! I'm going to have 2 for girls and 2 for boys when I finish them up!
Ok, I'm sorry for this suuuuuuper long post, but I'm also linking up with Classroom Freebies Manic Mondays!
{This is also another "Made It!}
 I haven't tried the ULTIMATE teacher binder yet, but I am SO excited to try it out this year! (ok, this is also inspired by Tara! I've seen them all over Pinterest too!)  So smart to keep everything in one place! Ha! Last year I had like 7 different binders with data...RTI documentation...student info..you get it!


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46 comments

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  2. All your stuff looks awesome!! I LOVE the headband holder:) CUTE CUTE!!

    Tammy
    1...2...3...Teach With Me

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  3. Sorry-just wanted to say that your headband holder is super cute!
    Jennifer
    kindertrips

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  4. Shriek! I love that headband holder. I have to make that for my 3 year old! Everything looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing your binder organization. :)

    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  5. These are absolutely darling! Thank you for sharing!!
    Fredia
    FrogsinFirst

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  6. The headband holder is so cool! I bet your daughter loves it!

    Sara :)
    Smiling In Second Grade

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  7. Woo girl! You wore me out and your still making cookies??? What time should I pop over??? SO love the headband holder!!!! Oh if my girl was little enough to still where those!! I totally love the twist you put on the bathroom/hallpass sign! It turned out super cute!!!!! LOL.......sometimes on the kiddos I know didn't wash their hands, I make them do it in the classroom! We have a sink. Your teacher binder turned out amazing!!!! LOVE the colors and the fun of it! Now we will be organized together:))) Thanks for linking up:))

    4th Grade Frolics

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  8. How cute is that headband holder? Now I have to make one!!!

    Natalie
    TeacheryTidbits

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  9. I love you headband holder! With a little girl, that will be so helpful for you and her. :) Thanks for the binder freebie - super cute!

    Erica

    Sprinkles to Kindergarten

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  10. Thank you for sharing the binder freebies and your hall pass project. I think I'm going to be using clothespins from now on.

    Lorena
    Little Treasures

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  11. Thanks for sharing this...so many great projects and ideas coming from this linky party!

    Brandi
    Success in Second Grade

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  12. Cute headband holder & I love your hall passes!!
    ~Heather

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  13. I love the binder set. I too have been wanting to make the move to" The all in one" yours is so stinkn cute....and that is what it's all about, right?
    Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Those projects are totally adorable! Also thanks for sharing the Ultimate Binder set! I love how you did one for every grade!

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  15. That headband holder is too cute! I just found your blog through Pinterest. I love that binder set by the way.

    Swimming into Second

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  16. Love the binder backgrounds.
    ~April Walker
    The Idea Backpack
    Ideabackpack@gmail.com

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  17. Love, love, love! Thanks for sharing the cute binder stuff. I love me a good binder :)
    -Michele
    New Adventures in First Grade

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  19. My daughter and I got the stuff for this craft this morning. Can't wait to see how it turns out!

    Thanks for coming over and showing me some love at "Puttin' On My Big Girl Pants!" I'm a new follower of Rowdy myself!

    - Christi
    www.rcjsmommy.blogspot.com (POMBGP)

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  20. I love love LOVE your hall pass, zebra for the win!
    Did you use wood and just paint it?

    Super adorable crafts :)

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  21. Love your ideas!!! That hall pass thing is adorable!!!

    Every New Beginning

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  22. I have given you an award! Come on over and pick it up!

    Erica

    Sprinkles to Kindergarten

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  23. Totally putting the Hall Pass on my {ever-growing} TO DO list! Thanks for the binder freebie too!
    ❤Tanya
    Ms. Solano's Kindergarten

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  24. I love your Hall Pass and Headband Holder! Too stinking cute! I am your newest follower (#400!!) Thanks for the binder freebies also!

    Sabra
    Teaching with a Touch of Twang

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  25. Love your headband holder. I, too have been seeing the binder organization system out there. I love the colors you made yours in & have grabbed it to print. One favor... Would you mind sending me one that is for Pre-K? that would be awesome!!

    Thanks!

    Susanne
    suuzgator@yahoo.com

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    1. Hi Susanne! If you look at my TpT store the one I put up there has a Pre-K page on it. Someone else brought it to my attention and I added it!

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  26. OMG! I LOOOOVE these! Thank you so much for the adorable freebie! I went and bought a pink 2" binder to keep these in with adorable page dividers from Target! =)

    Jessica

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  27. And question!!! I would really like to have a section for the Common Core Standards! Is there any way you could create a cover to match your adorable set?! Preeettttyyyyy please?!!!!

    Jessica
    Under the Alphabet Tree

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  28. I love, love, love your binder set!! Just what I was looking for. Is there anyway I can go in and customize and change some of the pages to fit some other specific things I would like to add to my binder. Thanks so much!!

    Linda

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    1. Hi Linda - if you email me the titles you'd like I can change them quickly for you! I haven't figured out how to do the editable-pdf thing yet! rowdyinroom300@yahoo.com

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  29. Hi Nicole. I LOVE this! As a true binder girl I can really appreciate this!! Any way I can get you to add "EC Team" instead of a specific grade level? I teach Special Education grades 3-5 and would love to use this. Thanks in advance! Lisa

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    1. Hi Lisa! I updated it on my TpT account with the EC team page and a few others! Hope it works for you!

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  30. I LOVE your binder organization printable but can't download it since I don't have a Facebook account. Would you be able to email it to me? I'd love to use it in my classroom. Thanks!

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  31. Is it possible to have an editable version of the binder covers? I love the one with numbers in the background, but I want to use it as my main cover page.

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  32. Did you post directions on how to make these? I visited a blog that did, but I can't find the directions. Not sure if it was you or someone else.

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  33. I do not have scribd account. Would you be so kind to email a copy of your binder covers? Thanks, Bea Samples.

    bsamples@jackson.k12.ga.us

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  34. Do you still have a copy of these in an editable form? The link is no longer working. I would really appreciate it.
    ~Kelly (Sh0rti9505@yahoo.com)

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  35. HI! I'm wondering the same, do you have a copy of the binder covers, in editable form? I LOVE the patterns!! (the link isn't working, is it because I don't have a scibd account?)
    Thanks so much!!!
    Nicole (nvera08@gmail.com)

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