Whose paper is this????????
I saw the No Name clip project on Pinterest and knew right away I had to make one for my room.
I rummaged through the basement to find a piece of scrap wood. Then I prettied it up with some polk-a-dot scrapbook paper, printed and cut out cute letters, set everything in place with Mod Podge, hot glued the clothespins, attached a string of jute rope, and voila:
Mystery Number Two:
Now where did I put________? I just had it in my hand a second ago!
Do you ever set things down in your classroom and then poof they disappear! Well in my room we often play the, Mrs. G is looking for her (enter random teacher thingy here), who can help me find it? , game.
I am often misplacing my clipboard.
To make matters worse, all my kids use clipboards as well. They rarely sit at desks and often need a surface to write on, and all the clipboards look the same. So, it can be hard to distinguish which one belongs to me if I happen to set it down and then walk clear across the room to attend to a child (or 5) in need.
Then the game turns into "is this it?", "No", "Is this one it?", "No".....
So now it is decked out, front and back, in polka-dots and I should be able to keep track of it a little better, or at least the kids will know which clipboard to look for now!