Monday, July 30, 2012

Monday Made It and Giveaway Winners!

All set for another Monday Made it hosted by Tara at 4th Grade Frolics. This project is super-duper easy.  I had a extra yellow pocket chart for counting hundreds, tens and ones.  I decided to use it to store and organize my many remotes.  

Since I haven't been to my classroom yet this summer, I had to paint the picture for you by explaining.  Each pocket holds my remote control for the ELMO, DVD/VCR, and SMART board projector.

I have folded back the top part and stapled it to my bulletin board.  I've decided to label this remote keeper this year.  The REMOTE STASH. I wanted to make a big mustache to go on the label. I couldn't find clip art that would allow me to give out a freebie.  So I made my own on paint.  If you like it, feel free to click on it and take it.

Winners of my giveaways are:  

Thank you to all who entered. I loved reading all the comments about your Christmas traditions, and how you dress for the school day.

In trying to include more items in my TpT store.  I'm working on Common Core Math products.

My latest is this one:

If your district was like mine, you just received a big poster of the Mathematical Practices.  If you teach primary you know that they aren't in kid friendly language.  I added some clip art and examples to help students understand. So if you are interested  click on the picture to hop on over to my store.

I had to share these pictures of my little prince at a Fire Awareness Event at my husbands previous workplace (Mormon Station State Historic Park).  He loved the park and museum.  He did really well with all the sights and sounds.

I can't wait to see what everyone made.


  1. Super cute remote stash idea! Thanks for sharing the freebie!

    Success in Second Grade

  2. Love the stash! Very clever! :) And I definitely have quite a few remotes always being lost... this could be a GREAT time saver for me! :)

    Reaching for the TOP!

  3. Cute idea! I have a mustache theme going on this year, so I will definitely be printing. Thanks for the freebie.