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WINTER
WINTER: EVERYTHING CLASSROOM
Winter: WORD WALL WORDS CLASSROOM LABELS DESK TAGS INDIVIDUAL NAME CARDS LUNCH CHOICE LABELS BULLETIN BOARD IDEAS CALENDAR PIECES MATH & READING VOCABULARY WORD CARD AND TITLES 100 DAY COUNT BUS CHART CUBBY LABELS DRAWER AND CABINET LABELS SUBJECT AREA LABELS
LABELS FOR PLASTIC 3-DRAWER UNITS BULLETIN BOARD ACCENTS PLACE VALUE CHART JOB CHART
BIRTHDAY CHART STUDENT BOOK BOXES BOOKMARKS AND MORE.............

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CONTENTS
3. Desk Tags: Manuscript/Counting 120
4. Desk Tags: Cursive/Multiplication to 12
5. Desk Tags: Manuscript/Number Line to 20
6. Name Tags for Plastic Name Badge
7. Blank Cards Small
8. Lunch Choice Labels/Pocket Chart
9. Blank Snowflake Cards Lunch Choice Chart
10. Print Ink Friendly White Lunch Cards
1 1. “Welcome to Our Classroom”
12. Boy/Girl List for Door (List Students)
13 - 14. Schedule Labels
15 - 17. “100 Day Count” Small
18. Small Blank Cards Mittens/Penguins
19 - 25 Calendar Pieces Snowman
26 - 47. Classroom Labels (88 labels)
48 - 49. Pre-primer Dolch Word Wall
50 - 52. Primer Dolch Word Walls
53 - 54. First Dolch Word Wall
55 - 56. Second Dolch Word Wall
57 - 58. Third Dolch Word Wall
59. Color and Number Word Wall
60. Blank Cards for Word Wall
61. “Word Wall” Blue Snowflake Letters
62 - 63. ABC Labels for Word Wall
64. Sample Word Walls
65. “Word Wall” Red
66 - 67. ABC Labels for Word Wall Red
68 - 72. Snowmen/Kid Accents for Word Wall
73. “Math Vocabulary/Reading Vocabulary” Red Scarf
74. “Math Vocabulary/Reading Vocabulary” Blue Penguin
75. Blank Snowflake Labels (See #13-14)
76 - 82. Job Chart (Also page 157)
83 - 91. Large 100 Day Counting Snowman
3. Desk Tags: Manuscript/Counting 120
4. Desk Tags: Cursive/Multiplication to 12
5. Desk Tags: Manuscript/Number Line to 20
6. Name Tags for Plastic Name Badge
7. Blank Cards Small
8. Lunch Choice Labels/Pocket Chart
9. Blank Snowflake Cards Lunch Choice Chart
10. Print Ink Friendly White Lunch Cards
1 1. “Welcome to Our Classroom”
12. Boy/Girl List for Door (List Students)
13 - 14. Schedule Labels
15 - 17. “100 Day Count” Small
18. Small Blank Cards Mittens/Penguins
19 - 25 Calendar Pieces Snowman
26 - 47. Classroom Labels (88 labels)
48 - 49. Pre-primer Dolch Word Wall
50 - 52. Primer Dolch Word Walls
53 - 54. First Dolch Word Wall
55 - 56. Second Dolch Word Wall
57 - 58. Third Dolch Word Wall
59. Color and Number Word Wall
60. Blank Cards for Word Wall
61. “Word Wall” Blue Snowflake Letters
62 - 63. ABC Labels for Word Wall
64. Sample Word Walls
65. “Word Wall” Red
66 - 67. ABC Labels for Word Wall Red
68 - 72. Snowmen/Kid Accents for Word Wall
73. “Math Vocabulary/Reading Vocabulary” Red Scarf
74. “Math Vocabulary/Reading Vocabulary” Blue Penguin
75. Blank Snowflake Labels (See #13-14)
76 - 82. Job Chart (Also page 157)
83 - 91. Large 100 Day Counting Snowman
The table of contents helps you know the purpose of each page. It is by no means the only use for the things that I create. We all know that teachers can take a little and create the world. You can see the entire table of contents before you purchase the product.

I have created a large and small 100 day count (which is for those schools that count up or down to the first 100 days of the school year). Some teachers do not have much wall space, the little count is for you. I use a pocket chart for mine because I like to move my class around several times a year and I don’t have to untape and retape all of those numbers to 100.

I have included two “Word Wall” pages - one in manuscript with the stick/ball “a” and one without and in two different colors. You will have a choice.

I made the reading and math vocabulary labels in 3 colors and the subject area labels in 3 colors. This is so you not only have a choice of colors but you might want to change them out at mid year for a different look. I could not possibly pick everyone’s favorite color on the first try. I was not trying to use up pages by repeating these few pages 3 times. I could have just put in one and still had over 100 pages in the book. The subject area labels will fit on boxes, plastic containers, or the 3 drawer units you can buy at several local stores. I prefer the 3-drawer units. They stack and will hold a sheet of paper. See the picture below.

The accents can go on bulletin boards, on charts, in chart pockets, on word walls, as decorations on walls or hang from the ceiling. You’re a teacher! You can think of lots of things to do with them. In the first few books I was putting bulletin board captions but it is much easier to punch them out with the Ellis Machine and it saves a ton of colored ink. In some books, I did suggest some bulletin board titles with some accents.

You can not type directly on the downloaded file. I purchase the license for the clipart that I use in the products at my store. Each license for the clip art stipulates that the clipart must be in a file that can not be copied or manipulated. That’s why all the files are PDF not Word Documents. Also, I work on an Apple computer and use Appleworks Draw to create all of my documents.

Print out the paper and use it like the colored stationery that you buy at the store. Be sure you put the printed paper back in the printer the correct way. Run a test page. I have a post-it taped to the printer at school that says: “Put stationery in the printer face down with the top here.” All printers are different.
For your desk tags, name tags, lunch choice cards, girl/boy list, etc : type the name where you think it should be in a Word document: Print it on plain paper: Hold it up to the printed desk tag and see how far off you are: adjust it: repeat the process until it is perfect.
SAVE THIS DOCUMENT AS DESKTAG TEMPLATE ON YOUR COMPUTER FOR NEXT YEAR.
Type and print all of your students names. Do this for each page where you need to print on the paper from my product.

The blank cards can be used for games or learning centers.

Some of the Everything Books have Job Charts. You can put the labels on library pocket charts, you can glue them on poster board and put the student names on clothespins or use pocket charts.

I hope this helps those beginning teachers that needed guidance. I know most teachers that have set up their classroom after the first year will know what to do with the materials in the book.
Have a wonderful school year.

If you have questions or concerns email me at:
jackiehurley@att.net

Clipart for this book came from the following sources:
Graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J Hook. www.djinkers.com
https:www.thistlegirldesigns.com
http://www.iclipart.com/
http://www.clipart.com/
http://www.graphicsfactory.com/
Kimberly Geswein Fonts
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Kimberly-Geswein-Fonts-Catalog-393588



Total Pages
163 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
3 months
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