These have been a lifesaver for me to use on the door for pump breaks whether its in the classroom or another room. They are colorful and eye-popping enough to stop anyone in their tracks before entering the room.I’ve included multiple templates in multiple colors in both horizontal and vertical. Ju
I created this door sign for my own use, but I thought I'd share it for other teacher mamas who need to pump in their classrooms. Enjoy!Don't forget to leave feedback! :) TPT offers credits that can be applied to future purchases! To earn credits, simply rate and comment on the product.Be sure to fo
Way to go Mama! You are killing this working Mom thing! Here is a sign to hang on your door to help you try and avoid those awkward mishaps with the custodian or that unsuspecting student. Print these on cardstock, cut the circle out, and then laminate your door sign to help it last throughout your
As a hard-working nursing mom and teacher, resources that make life easier are priceless!
Use these printable signs to protect your privacy during pump breaks in your classroom. They'll give your colleagues a heads-up before they enter your classroom.
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Sign for door for teaching momma's that have to take a pumping break!
Sign is to the point and allows staff to know what is going on but subtle enough littles will not understand and just know they are not to enter! :)
Pumping during the school year? You don't need one more thing to worry about. Print a sign in color, laminate for durability and hang outside the door where you pump. I usually keep it on my door with a magnet and just flip it over when it's not needed, easy peasy! *Please know your rights! In the U
Testing Motivation PackNow includes 6 full page testing motivational quotes that can be printed on colored paper, or given to students to color in as a brain-break activity! If your school has a poster machine, these are great to turn into large posters to hang around your room to pump students up i
Are you looking for a positive way to greet your students as they walk through your door to start their day? Here are 16 hand sign cards you can post outside your classroom door. Then, as students can pick a hand sign to greet you with as they enter your class each morning.
This cute, attention getting sign will help you keep those precious moments devoted to your baby free of distractions!
Tip: Laminate sign for durability and place it to cover your door handle for maximum effectiveness.
Simply send this legal-sized paper to the printer and hang on your classroom door to cover the window when you need privacy. It includes a bottle graphic (I used it for pumping!) that can easily be changed.
Motivational Signs and Flags to pump up firsties during testing!
Monster Truck Themed
How I used these items
I am using these to decorate my door to get my students ready and pumped up for testing!
I don’t want any nervous butterflies the day of testing.
I will print out the signs and post them
Add this cute sign to hang by your classroom door as a reminder to HUG, HIGH FIVE, FIST PUMP, or give each child a HANDSHAKE as they enter the classroom in the morning and leave at the end of the day. The students can choose how they they will tell the teacher HELLO and GOOD-BYE each day.
HELP BUILD CLASSROOM COMMUNITY AND GET YOUR STUDENTS TO GREET EACH OTHER!Stick the different greeting signs on the wall by the door. Select one learner to greet the other learner. Learners get to choose how they would like to great each other. Ten different greetings have been made. - Wave - High fi
Looking for something to ROCK out your room this year? Check out this ROCKING file of decor to give your room the fist pump it needs in the preview!
Check out the contents of this file:
Open House parent sign-in sheet……….........….…….......Pages 7-11
Student Info Sheet……………….........…..………………..Page
Everything you need to get your class and students ready for testing is in this pack! Testing can be stressful and nerve racking, why not make it fun and motivating? Use for end of the year testing, state testing, unit tests, or whatever test you want to get your students pumped up for! Use year aft
This guide is specially designed for art teachers for planning for maternity leave. It provides practical tips for finding the right sub, what resources to provide your sub, suggestions for staying in touch with work during leave, and ideas to make an easy transition back to work. Also included is a
Implementing Greetings into your classroom routine is a simple strategy that has a tremendously positive impact on the day for both teachers and students. Greetings are a great way to build classroom community as they allow every student the opportunity to be seen, acknowledged and invited into the