Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Year Long Celebration Buttons!

I am still celebrating being tracked out :) Cleaning, organizing, creating and cleaning some more.

Celebrating holidays and special occasions in the classroom, comes in different forms. Sometimes, you may celebrate doing a craft, read a book about a particular topic, invite mystery readers, eat some yummy cupcakes, or have your traditional 'festival' or small party.

I enjoy making something for any occasional. I do. I make the kids work hard, but they know a holiday means, we will do something to celebrate. I think it is important to have fun things going on, that break the routine a bit :)

I've had some time to think of something new I'd like to try. It involves buttons, clear buttons, that is.
I went to Michael's and purchased two entire rows of  these buttons. Don't forget to get your teacher discount when you are there...sometimes I do :(

Clear 3" craft buttons. Three for $1.99 minus my teacher discount. Not bad!

I then created 45 different buttons including major holidays and school celebrations.
Find them HERE.

And here is the TPT preview :) 

What do you think? Is this something you'd like to add to your celebrations throughout the year?

I would like to thank my amazing friend Jaime!  This girl is always there for me. She gave me some fabulous ideas :) 

I'd love to send two of you this file. All you have to do is give me two NEW ideas to add. The last preview picture has all the ones I included already. Don't forget to leave your e-mail.

5 comments:

  1. I'd say to add Happy United Nations Day. We celebrate this day in our school!

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  2. What about Happy 1/2 birthday? For those summer birthdays?

    Tonya

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    1. I'm at work and don't have my normal signature...but you know who I am:)

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  3. I am adding your ideas and emailing you tonight :)
    Thanks girls!

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  4. I've got your back anytime, my sweet friend! These turned out fabulous! You rock!
    -Jaime
    Bright Concepts 4 Teachers

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