I am finally getting my act together and linking up with Tara from 4th Grade Frolics for ...
Here we go ...
My 1st project is an almost made it ... keep reading and you will see why.
If you have been here before you know I have made a 39 drawer toolbox for my classroom already. I wanted one for my "home office." So here is how it went ...
I went to Lowe's for my 22 drawer toolbox and a can of black spray paint. No problem!
The I took all of the drawers out and sprayed the whole thing black. No Problem!
I printed and laminated my labels and cut them out. No Problem!
Then ... I went to hot glue the labels on the drawers ...
HOUSTON ... WE HAVE A PROBLEM!
Some of my drawers had disappeared in the midst of my project. Where could they have gone? Did they sprout legs? I was searching everywhere.
I found one ... Now, I am missing two.
So this project is not completely "Made It" until the other two show up. I just couldn't wait to post!
I love my new toolbox and already stuffed the drawers that I have.
Here is the kid that found the drawers and used them.
He is such a cutie! I just love him!!!
Next up ...
You are going to think I am nuts on this one ...
I made a project board ... before I start I have to say this "dry erase" board does not erase well anymore. It is so old!
I took post it's and covered the whole thing ...
I then wrote a ton of projects that I want to get done ... some are fast and some are long. I color coded for the different places or people in my family.
(I like to see where I am headed &
it feels good to move them to the "Done" section)
Now, I just pick one & once it is done I more it to the right side.
This board helps me get that "To Do" list up in my command center and I seem to focus a
lot little better. I am also hoping my husband will be super sweet and do some, too!
Last one ...
I finally printed, laminated & cut out my new C.A.F.E.!
I LOVE it!!! I love all of the picture clues for the children who are not reading yet, or not the BEST reader, yet!
I love that there is no guessing game about where the cards go ...
they are all color coded.
Now, I just need to go buy the ribbon and put it all together. I can't wait to Velcro them on as we work on the different skills.
This picture below shows how the colors match each one.
Want your own C.A.F.E. like mine or maybe in another pattern?
Hope you found something you like on my Monday Made It!
Have a Happy Day!!!