Monday, July 2, 2012

Create Bookmarks for your Students

I saw this idea on pinterest and decided to make my own. I picked up these paint strips from Walmart and Lowes for free. I picked out the paint strips that were the longest and I cut some in half. I also punched hole in the top and added a ribbon. I bought the cheapest ribbon ($0.47) I could find at Walmart. On pinterest they also placed stamps on them. I know my students are always asking for bookmarks and this is a cheap way to have them in your class throughout the year.


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  3. Great blog. I'm your newest follower. Please check out my blog "Calling Plays in 2nd Grade".


  4. The paint chip bookmarks are a great idea! Plus, if they list the color names on each square, students can learn more "exciting" color names to use in their writing! :)

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  5. Hello! New blogger and 4th grade teacher! Your blog has many great ideas! Added to my inspirational blog list :)

  6. I am so happy you posted this on your blog. I made some of these bookmarks for my students and they turned out great! Thanks for the post!

  7. Such a cute & inexpensive idea! These would be great to leave in a bucket in my classroom library!

    Thanks for the idea!


  8. We're so glad you guys liked the bookmarks! I have found some other great ideas to do with the book marks and I will be posting about that soon! Thanks for checking out our blog!


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