This is part of my "Zebra Print Classroom" Series!
Those of you that teach the middle grades probably have to use a classroom log. Last year I just used a composition book. It was SO unorganized and messy. I decided to make one for next year that is organized and ready to go the first day of school.
How to make a log that will last you the whole year?
1. Print the pages.
2. Take them to a local Office Supply store.
3. Have them laminate the first page with a very sturdy laminate.
4. Make copies of the log (I'm thinking about 90 front and back will do).
5. Have them bind them all together and you're through! :)
My name is Debbie Steffens and I teach 3rd grade in Plains, Texas. I love the things that you made to go in your classroom. I would really like to be able to decorate some things that I have made in the past. Where do you get the borders and clip art that you use? I really would like to learn to do things like this, but I don't know where to start. Is there a special program that I need? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Have a great summer.
Hello! Thank you! I'm glad you like my products! I have a Mac so I use 'Pages' which is the Mac equivalent of Microsoft Word. If you have a PC you can use 'Publisher' which works very similar to Pages. I search for the backgrounds on google and save them to use with my projects. I find fun fonts on different sites for free, and use them as well. I just started playing with the software one day, and now I love it! :) Good luck!