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Thursday, July 11, 2013

Editable Notecard & Class List FREEBIES

I am loving all the quatrefoil and chevron prints for back-to-school this year! I know it will be something that is probably only trendy for awhile, but I can't wait to use items with these fun designs next year!

I made a few freebies that I thought you might want, too! The first item I made was a fancy quatrefoil editable notecards. They can be used for so many things and they are cute enough to print black and create something on your own! This free set includes 9 different colors and can be printed on regular paper, cardstock or even photocopied for a notepad.

Click here for your freebie
Since our PBIS school-wide theme is Jungle Safari next year, I had to make something with animal print to go along with our theme. I decided on editable Class List Posters. There are 12 different designs. You can use these for a class list, Guided Reading groups, school supply list, wish list, rules, student recognition, etc. I would love to know how you use them if you do something different!

Each page includes:
2 - editable single text lines for your name and your grade level, school year, etc.
1 - editable text box with multiple text lines for your student names. There is room for approximately 26 names or lines of text. 

Click here for your freebie


I couldn't resist a chevron print, too! 


These editable Chevron Class List Posters are only $1! It includes 10 different chevron print colors!

I am working won some editable chevron notecards, too. I hope to get them posted soon. 

6 comments:

  1. Thank you! They are all so pretty.

    Your new site looks fantastic!

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    1. Thanks, Chrissy! ;) I hope you're having a great summer!

      Blessings,
      Marlana

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  2. These look wonderful. I would like to create a sight word version of "I have, who has" for my class. Would it be possible for you to create a larger text box on your note cards? I have been searching for something that is editable and your note cards look like they would fit the bill. Thanks, Linda lott@telus.net

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  3. I love these labels! Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to use them in my classroom! :)

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  5. Gorgeous labels that I can't wait to use. Thanks so much and by the way your blog design is fantastic.
    Julie :-)
    Mrs Stowe's Kinder Cottage

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