Monday, July 15, 2013

Teacher Toolbox

With all of these teacher toolboxes floating around on Pinterest, it's hard to really know who started it all. If any of you know who the original creator of the teacher toolbox is, please let me know so I can give proper credit. With that said, I've seen the teacher toolbox floating around the internet and decided it was time to make one. I am constantly searching around my classroom, looking for little odds-and-ends that are no where to be found. I love the fact that now, they will all be in one place. 

This year I am trying to create a theme for my classroom. It started with a rug that I have in my room and then it branched out into a color scheme. I was pretty sure that I was just going to stick to colors and not a full out theme, but I kind of started leaning toward a forest/woodland theme. I have always wanted a nature theme in my room, so I guess this theme was just perfect for me.



If you would like a copy of your own, please visit my TPT store HERE.

**I have two different files available for purchase. One is premade labels and the other is customizable**


3 comments:

  1. Love this!!! I finally just made one too after wanting to for *so* long but I just painted it and haven't done that labels yet. Your woodland labels are incredibly cute.... was considering buying the customizable ones.... does it say what the font name is so the customized ones will look similar? Also, what kind of file is it such that it's customizable? Thanks for your help!!

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  2. The customizable file is a PowerPoint and the font that I used is called Return to Sender. You can find it here: http://www.dafont.com/return-to-sender.font

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    1. Actually, that's the font I used for the title. The font I used for the cards is from Kevin and Amanda. The font is called peanjhwhimsy.

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