Wednesday, July 11, 2012

OWLS, Reading Street, and a Freebie!

Well ~ we've had a break in the weather... high today 98! At least we are out of the triple digits.  Yesterday, I found some of the cutest clipart and decided I had to make a few things using owls.  {I just LOVE owls!}  I bet you didn't know that!?  So for ALL the owl fans out there, I hope you like these.  I started out by creating some nameplates using bright colorful owls.  I thought these were just the cutest... take a look:


If you notice - some of the nameplates have cute sayings and some do not.  I made them both ways  so you could choose if you wanted the sayings or not.  There are actually even more nameplates in the file.  I used 6 different backgrounds.  Click on any picture above to take you to my TPT store.

As I started using the chocolate brown backgrounds (which I love since it is the theme in my room) I began creating another file using brown owls.  I fell in love INSTANTLY!


I'm not sure which one I'm going to use this year... I may just use one of each!  Again - I created these so there are 2 copies in each file - one with the cute sayings - and one without.  Just print out the ones you want to use.  If you are interested, click on any picture above or HERE to go to my TPT store.

If you teach Reading Street, I created some grammar posters that I plan to use this year as we make our way through each week.  I will post these as references for each unit and then make them available in my writing center either on a ring, or in a binder, etc.  I'm not sure yet.  I wanted something that I could project on my Smart Board as we learn about each grammar concept.  Here are a few examples of what I came up with:


These are both from Unit 1.


These are from Unit 2.


These are from Unit 3.


These are from Unit 4.


These are from Unit 5.

Each unit has 6 different posters for each of the weekly skills.  These are all available in my TPT store if you are interested. 

NOW for the freebie!  I hope all you OWL lovers out there will like this. You can get one brown owl and one bright owl name plate for free by clicking HERE!  I am thinking about creating new book box labels, binder covers and cubby numbers using these cute owls.  What do you think?  Hope everyone has a great week... I am off to take my kids to Six Flags today.  Thank goodness it has cooled down a little.  (Heh heh)!

15 comments:

  1. Very cute! Where did you find that cute owl clipart?

    Swimming into Second

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  2. The bright colored owls are from Pixel Paper Prints and the brown owls are from The Digital Bakeshop.

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  3. I thought I recognized those Digital Bakeshop owls! She is my favorite GA designer! I love what you've done with them. I wish I hadn't already bought my name plates!
    Jenny

    Owl Things First

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  4. I love those owls! I've used them in all my room decorations!!

    Linda
    Down The Learning Road

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  5. I'm a new follower!! Just found your blog YAY!!!! I hope you'll check out my blog sometime:)

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

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  6. I just nominated you for the "Versatile Blogger" Award. Stop by my blog to pick up your award. Love the owl nameplates

    Rose
    "The Wonderful World of Kindergarten"

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  7. LOOOOVE the nameplates!! They are so cute. They make me want to take the ones that I got back to the store! We do d'nelian though, any with D alphabets?

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  8. Hey Erin! I just uploaded the new sets using the d'nealian alphabet and number line. Thanks for asking!
    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Bright-Owls-Desk-Nameplates-DNealian

    Nicole

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  9. Love Love Love our Owl Name Plates!

    I have nominated your blog for an award! Stop by my blog to pick it up!!

    Kristine
    Teaching without Tears

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  10. Love your owl name plates!! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  12. The owls are adorable but I really like the Reading Street posters. Do you have the 2013 version? I'm creating powerpoints and flipcharts for this new series. It starts with Unit R and then goes 1-5.

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