Some address labels to let my parents know about an Donor's Choose projects I have.
Next I ordered some brochures for open house. I usually print these off my computer, but I thought that since brochures were free it would be a nice touch to have them look more professional.
I recently went to a fluency workshop with the amazing Timothy Rasinski and he commented on a teacher who helped encourage her students to read by sharing what she was reading each week. I thought this was a great idea, especially since I like to read the Sunshine State Readers that the kids read.
Then I took the idea from Ginger Snaps and Teacher Wife and added my own key words for division and multiplication. I use these key words all the time and usually just laminated them on cardstock, but I decided to put them on a rack card with some references on the back. The back of the cards look a little tight for space, but I think the kids will still find them useful.
Lastly, here are a few more items that I made. Homework reward cards and an MVP of the month poster to go with my sports theme. I also made postcards to send out to the kids before open house and school starts introducing myself. Finally, we do the 100 book challenge program at our school so I made some stickers to let the parents know how many steps their child has read.