Table Signs: Group Signs - These classroom table number signs or group numbers look great hanging above your classroom tables. I made 1 thru 6 table numbers, but if you need more table numbers, let me know and I can make them up for you : )
Many times teachers who use tables will also use crates on counters or stacked next to the student tables. I put a matching sign on the corresponding crates.
I have included a black and white version and color in your own school colors.
Print on cardstock, cut out, glue back to back and laminate.
I make all my table numbers with a thick round border on the outside for a reason. I print two of each. When I cut out the front and back of the table numbers they never completely match up back to back on the cardstock. This leaves slivers of white cardstock showing. The best work around I have found is to take a permanent marker of a similar color as the outside border and just fill in the edges on the backside of them. This hides any white from the cardstock that might show after gluing them together. I have tried gluing them together first and then cutting but it never works that well. This permanent marker tip does ; )
I have provided a template for the in between piece that prevents the opposite sides from showing through.
These table signs should last years if you laminate them, it prevents them from curling.
Initially it takes a little time to make these but you won’t have to redo them every year ; )
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