Happy rainy Saturday!!! I just finished a project that I am super excited to share. People, this will rock your world. I know when I saw it at Falling Into First that my world was rocked. I made the mister go to Lowe’s with me and grab the pieces right away! Are ya ready?!
It’s a mini anchor chart stand that is PERFECT for guided reading, guided math, small group instruction and one to one instruction. OMG! I know, right?! The best part? It’s CHEAP and simple. I did it in less than 30 minutes and spent about $9. Yep. That’s all.
And now how about a give away to celebrate spring cleaning?!My new favorite clip art creator is Teaching In The Tongass! She has some amazing sets in her store. I am pretty sure I’m her best customer because I think I own every set!
I’m teaming up with Teaching In The Tongass for a fun give away! The winner gets 2 products of their choice from my store and they also get two clip art sets: Rainy Day Kids and her Gnomes set. Seriously…those gnomes are ADORBS!!!!!Just enter with the rafflecopter below! A winner will be chosen tomorrow!
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Thanks for the tutorial on the mini-chart stands. I need to convince my teammate to make me some now. : ) Teaching in the Tongass' gnomes are adorable and that set has great items like the toadstools and animals. I have a bunch of her stuff on my wishlist – it has great humor.
So glad you could use the washi tape. I now know how I can use all mine that I have laying around!! Can't wait to make these chart stands myself:-) Happy Saturday!!
I love the mini chart stand! On my Lowe's list for tomorrow! Thanks so much for sharing!
I LOVE THIS! Lowe's is my destination today! Thanks so much for sharing!
Does this stand fit the Target mini pocket charts? I have several of those.
No…BUT I am going to measure one of those (I have a ton too) and I'll share the measurements to make this chart fit!!!
Great! Yes please share.. firstname.lastname@example.org is my teacher email.
Please share measurements for Target pocket charts. Greatly appreciate this cost effective idea! Can't wait to get my supplies! email@example.com
How was the chart stand when it came to being stable? I made one for each of my tables for my first grade classroom and I added 4inch legs to the bottom joints for stability.