1. This first pin comes from Notes From the Patch.
How many of us teachers have dingy, but functional milk crates floating around our room. I just used this tutorial and made two crate covers, only I didn't sew the covers. I used stitchery, and it worked pretty well! The covers turned out really cute! I will post pics when the crates are in my classroom.
2. The second pin is a link to a website of a cool dude named Cybraryman. There are some really terrific ed tech tips here as well as some great back to school ideas. I love this site!
3. The third pin is something I think is amazing! It's a link to instructions on how to make your own clip art from your very own artwork! Say what?? I didn't even know that was possible. I don't know where I thought all that clip art came from. A magic fairy? A stork? The grocery store? You've got to check it out...it's pretty simple sounding.
4. If you want to try to make your own clip art, you're going to need your own scanner. (Kinda reminds me of If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, You're Going to Have to Give Him a Glass of Milk. I apologize, I had birthday cake today. My big sister turned a very special age today! :-)) This pin takes you to a link that allows you to use your IPAD as a scanner. Again, AMAZING! I heard about this at an Edcamp I went to a couple of weeks ago and did some digging.
5. And finally, the fifth pin. I spent the beginning of my week at GT training. I was reminded of how important creativity is for our students and how sometimes we stifle their growth. This pin speaks perfectly as to the way we should teach.
I've got a fun-filled weekend ahead-family luncheon tomorrow and taking my big girls to camp on Sunday. Maybe I'll have time to do some more pinning on the long drive up to camp! Have a terrific weekend, all!