Objectives & a FrEeBiE!

I have been deep into classroom set up for the last week or so. With good reason-- today is my first day back with kiddos! 

Like many teachers, we need to post learning goals and objectives in our classroom. Last year, I ran across this picture on Pinterest. I'd love to be able to tell you whose wall this is...but the pin only leads to a picture..no link to a blog or web page. If this is yours, or you know whose it is, please let me know so I can give credit where credit is due! 
I love the look of this! I love that you can write your objectives with dry erase marker & change them out each week. Just place some paper in a dollar store frame, add a magnet....and you're good to go!

In my classroom, however, I was worried about the weight of the frame and glass, and that kiddos might knock one of the wall. Broken glass in the classroom? Ain't nobody got time for that! So here's what I came up with...


 LoVe it! And the best part? All I did was create a digital frame and subject header, picked out some scrapbook paper I liked, sized it to 8.5" x 11", and ran it through the printer! Laminate, and you can write on it with your dry erase marker! Easy peasy!

And the even better part? You can grab the file to create your own! You'll find each subject page in both portrait and landscape....that way you can decide how you want the layout of your wall. Just click the pic above to download from my dropbox!

If you'd like to see more of my classroom-- and lots of others! Come check out A Class*y Cruise...Around the Classroom!


AND...
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15 comments:

  1. This is a wonderful idea! Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

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    1. You're very welcome, Vanessa! Glad you found them useful!

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  2. I was not happy with how I posted objectives last year so I've been thinking through how to change it. This sounds like a great idea - agree with you about the glass :). Thanks for doing the work for me!
    Pam

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    1. Same here! Not happy with the idea of glass in the classroom! lol You're welcome! Happy to help!

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  3. All the best for your first week! With the time zone changes I am not sure if you have finished your first day or not yet! I would think you are - and hope it went really well!!!

    Erin
    The E-Z Class
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    1. Well, Day 1 was great! I'm exhausted, but it was a great day! Thanks!

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  4. Thanks so much for the cute number posters! So cute! Your blog is adorable.

    Lori @
    Bee the Change
    Mrs. Faas’ First Grade

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    1. You're welcome, Lori! Glad you like them!

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  5. Thanks so much for the cute number posters! So cute! Your blog is adorable.

    Lori @
    Bee the Change
    Mrs. Faas’ First Grade

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  6. LOVE this idea! I always liked seeing the frames but had the same concerns of them staying up. This will work wonderfully in my classroom! Thanks for sharing the freebie!

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  7. Love this! Really makes the classroom more classy and not tacky! Still trying to figure out how to do my objectives. Thanks for sharing! Have a great year!

    FlapJack Educational Resources Blog

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  8. Your room is outstanding. Thanks for sharing these fantastic objective boards.

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