|Wooden Numbers to match my Behavior Clip Chart|
I've been a pretty busy bee this last week! At the end of the school year parents in my classroom chipped in and they gave me a $100 gift card to Michael's for one of my end of the year presents... they know me so well! First I went to Michael's and just walked the entire store, seeing what they had as opposed to my other go to craft store Hobby Lobby.
I've never really had a behavior management system before, never really needed one. But now that I'll be implementing Whole Brain Teaching and Leader in Me strategies I thought it was a great time to start one. I created my clip chart from scrapbook paper I got from Hobby Lobby.
|sorry for the blurry picture|
|materials from Michael's|
*wooden 1 & 1/2in circles $3.49 for 22 shapes
*button magnets $1.79 for 12
*1 & 1/2 inch craft punch $9.99 (I could have cut out circles with my Cricut)
*Matte Mod Podge
I used the craft punch to punch out the circles from the leftover colored cardstock I used on my clip chart.
Then I used my Cricut Cherry Limade Font (shadow feature, 1 inch size) to cut out all the numbers.
While those were cutting I glued the magnets to the wooden circles with the E6000.
Then I carefully glued the numbers to the colored circles.
I used the mod podge to glue the colored circles to the wooden circles. Then brushed the matte mod podge over the colored circles with numbers to seal it all together.
It took about 3 hours to make 30 numbers.
|my magnets on the fridge|