Monday, June 18, 2012

Whoooo Has a Writer's Eye?...

My firsties had such a wonderful time at the end of the school year using my Owl Writing Process signs to manage their writing.  I've also gotten a great response on Pinterest with the display.  For the past few years I have tried to keep my classroom theme limited to colors and prints so that it's easy to interchange whatever character trend is happening at the time or implement our campus theme.  As mentioned in a previous post, I have decided to bring in feathered friends (in decor only...haha) this year and add owls and birdies to my colors and prints.  The combination of the two is just irresistible!!! So my next step to preparing my room for next year was to create a set of coordinating Owl Writer's Eye Signs. Project done! You can check them out in my TpT store! I can't wait to display them in my classroom.


Graphics and Fonts By: JW Illustrations, Print Candee,
Dreamlike Magic Designs, and Kevin & Amanda

I'm including a graphic of how I plan to display the signs since I can't actually get into my classroom at the moment! More to come...

16 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness...these owls are ADORABLE!!

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    Teacher Idea Factory

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  9. I just saw all your owl classroom decor! What a beautiful classroom - so inviting and pretty! I got your owl - writer's eye posters. I also got pairs of 3D glasses from a local movie theatre for my kiddos to wear while we practice writing.
    Thanks for sharing your photos. I may have to make that tree!
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    http://myheartbelongsinfirst.blogspot.com

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