Sunday, June 24, 2012

Polka Dot Pirates

Here's a girly spin to the ever so boring colors that comes with a Pirate themed classroom.  I am in love with polka dots and I didn't want to give them up, so why not have both?  This new download is loaded with 121 pages of polka dots and pirates.  It will definitely brighten up any classroom!  Click on the picture below to go straight to my TpT store. 

Polka Dot Pirates contains 8 classroom displays in full color!!

Letter Labels
Use these labels for your word wall, guided reading book bins, or reading center bins.

Number Labels
Use these labels to display a number line around the top of your classroom walls.  (1-120)

Number Word Display Cards
Use these cards on your math wall to help guide students with number words.  (1-120)


Months of the Year Display Cards
Use these cards on your calendar display to show the month or for a birthday board.

Days of the Week Display Cards
Use these cards on your calendar display to help students remember the days of the week.

Calendar Cards
Use these cards on your calendar display.  Use the special cards throughout the year.


Supply Bin Labels
Use these labels on your supplies to make your classroom print and polka dot rich. 


Triangle Welcome Banner
Use this welcome banner at the beginning of the school year to welcome students to your room.  Grades k-5 are included.

  Each of the classroom displays included in this download come with blanks for you to customize as you wish.  Keep in mind that I will be adding some more Polka Dot Pirate items in the near future!  Most will be FREEBIES so check back often!  Enjoy your week! 



6 comments:

Lisa R. said...

Oh my goodness, this is so adorable!! I am doing polka dots & pirates in my classroom next year too & I just love this! I'm headed to check it out!
Lisa
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Jen R. @ The Teachers' Cauldron said...

those are stinkin' cute!!! I was going to be doing pirates in my room, but now I'm doing a beach theme...kind of go hand in hand...lol
p.s...I STILL have a few things to pick from your store that I won a while ago - two things, I'm pretty sure :)

Michelle McElhinny said...

Yes Jen...2 items left :-)

Second Grade Smartypants said...

Your polka dot pirates are VERY cute! We just found your blog and are now following you! We would love it if you want to check us out sometime!
Katie & Lisen
wearesecondgradesmartypants.blogspot.com

Amanda Wilson said...

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Erker said...

Yes Jen...2 items left :-)