Love the graphics your choose on this alphabet! It fits perfect in my classroom!!
October 6, 2012
September 30, 2012
LOVE THE GRAPHICS!
September 27, 2012
I love these alphabet letters. They look great in my classroom. Very bright and colorful! Thanks
September 17, 2012
Love it but unfortunately I do not own a laser printer and my school does not have a colored one to use-printed half on my home printer and it ate up both a colored and black ink cartridge! I am saving it for when I am blessed to have a school printer that I can use. thank you for making this product though!
I don't have a school printer either:( I use TONS of ink!! I put it on my "giving tree" at the beginning of the year and usually get one or two. I also go to printer properties when I print and switch to "fast draft" or "economical printing" on many of the items that I print. The quality isn't as good...but usually good enough and it saves TONS of ink:)
September 18, 2012
These are precious! I love how they look in my room. Thank you so much for sharing!
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Hi Katie! I'm emailing again wondering if you could make these in a bug/insect theme. I'm working with bumblebees, butterflies, fireflies, caterpillars, ants, ladybugs, and beetles. My background pattern is polka dots. Thanks again for the consideration, Colene
Thanks for the email!I will try to get to it soon;)
August 17, 2012
Hey there! I just purchased this alphabet line and I am so excited to print it out. However, when I try to print out two per page it says it is not allowed. I tried printing several documents this way and it worked but it won't let me with this one. Have you ever come across this problem?
I love the jungle theme alphabet posters. You don't be chance have them or could make them, (or a file where I could edit them) in D'Nealian and possibly cursive. Our school uses D'Nealian and half way through second grade our students learn cursive so we display both.