Posters and Pennants

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This is going to be a super quick post as I’m pretty sure destruction of my home is happening as I type. Sometimes I think 22 first graders might just be easier than two little boys on a rainy day.  A lot of people asked if I was going to offer my subway art, birthday chart, and pennants in my store. So I put it all together and have posted my Posters, Pennants, Classroom decor and more pack. Now this isn’t one of those jumbo packs with name tags and all that jazz. It includes the following:

  • An alphabet
  • Number Word Pennant
  • Color Pennant
  • A link to my birthday chart printable size 16 x 20
  • A link to my 120’s chart printable size 16 x 20
  • A link to my place value printable size 12 x 18
  • Colorful pennant pieces for decoration
  • Calendar pieces (Months, Days, numbers, Today is, Yesterday was, Tomorrow is)
  • My “Wall of Wow” pennant
  • My “V.I.P. Pennant
  • 5 Subway Art Rules Posters 8.5 x 11
You can get it now by clicking the picture below. It’s $4.50 in my store. 
Here are some pictures of some of items that are in this pack that you might want or need. If you click the link above you can see samples of the alphabet, colors, and number pennants.

I’m going to take some pictures of my classroom tomorrow and I’ll post them so you can see more of how I use this pack in my room. 
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Michelle Oakes

Michelle Oakes

Wife, mom of 2 boys and a bulldog, reading specialist, Target frequenting lover of fashion, home decorating, Cincinnati girl.

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8 thoughts on “Posters and Pennants”

  1. This is all too cute! I'm grabbing this for sure! I actually have math tub/manipulative labels that are rainbow/polkda-dotted that match this stuff perfectly! 🙂 It's on my blog as a freebie too. Double-score!
    Gone Primary

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    • Hey girl! I'm not sure. They were already there so I just hung the frames. The birthday frame I used those 3M picture frame tape strips. They hold up to 5 pounds.

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