For those that love chevrons
but want something a little less cutesy than the sets geared for primary grades, here's a chevron starter set
set in aqua, turquoise, gray, lavender, and white (chevron pattern made by hand) with a fancy brace frame (also made by hand) that is all EDITABLE
in rich text format
(directions included on how to change font sizes).
This is designed for older classrooms with cursive writing
in it. If you needed it or wanted it in in a more plain font, use the RTF settings to change the font.
Included in this EDITABLE Starter Set
-Binder Covers (Teacher, Data, and Sub)
-Dated Binder Covers (Teacher, and Substitute)
-"Welcome to Class" bunting
-Welcome signs to hang on your door
-Table & Group Signs
-6 labels per page
-8 labels per page, including a business card page
-"Where are we?" sign for the door
-printable project pages
-directions and recommended uses
-over 40 pages
I'm working on another set that is mostly landscape pages, that includes a LOT more pages, word wall letters, behavior chart, name plates, task cards, and more! Look for Aqua Pastels Chevron Decorator Set - Set 2
coming out soon!
If you like this set, please check out the other products in my store. And check back for more chevron items.
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Recommendations for use:
All text areas have been editable
in Adobe Reader
. Click in the highlighted areas and start typing. Most text areas had the text size scaled to the area so that you could type in multiple lines. For most of the labels, I went with what I would need in the classroom, but also left some blank for you to write your own labels. If you do not need some of the labels I've included, you can highlight the text, and type over it.
The text fields have been set to Rich Text Format
for ease in editing styles. Press control + E (command + E for Mac)
to see the Form Field Text Properties
. Since this was designed for Adobe Reader
, you will not be able to save what you typed in for later. You will need to print the labels out when you edit them.
I recommend using the thumbnails preview pane in Adobe Reader
so that you can see the page numbers you would like to print. You can also check the page numbers in the toolbar at the top (under the menu) or along the right side as you scroll through the pages. In the system printer dialogue window click on the pages button, from there you can print out a sequence of pages using the dash (like 9-15) or a random series of pages using a comma to separate the page numbers (like 3, 5, 15, 23). You can print a combination of sequences and randoms (like 3, 5, 9-16, 23). The system printer dialogue window will also allow you to scroll through and preview the pages you have selected to print. You might want to scroll through the preview of the pages just to double-check these were the pages you wanted to print before hitting that print button. (I say this because I know that many teachers are limited in the number of pages they can print at school, or they buy their own ink, or print from home. Taking this extra step will help eliminate wasted printings.)
The printer should be set to print at full-page (no margins) or set the printer to print at 96% so that the edges are not cut off.