Cricut DIYs For Your Classroom

A few weeks ago, my sister purchased the Cricut Explore Air 2. (Side note: I think it's the coolest thing ever!) She has been so kind in helping me put together a few things for myself and my classroom. Thank you so much, Natalie! My classroom is going to look adorable!

Check them out below:

Monday Through Friday Folders

When I was working as a preschool teacher, my co-teacher and I organized our lesson plans in Monday through Friday folders. It worked out great! I decided to implement this organization technique into my current teaching career. The labels are not only going to help me stay organized throughout the year, but they look so cute! Bonus: the folders were only 99 cents from Target. This is a great way to spice up your lesson planning folders on a budget.

New and Used Pencil Buckets

I've seen these everywhere on Pinterest. However, because of current conditions, I decided to put my own spin on the cups. Instead of saying "Dull" and "Sharp" on the buckets, I put "New" and "Used." This will help me differentiate between the pencils that have been used and the ones that have not. At the end of the day, I will be able to take the pencils that have been used and sanitize them for the next day. And, again, these buckets were only $1 at Hobby Lobby. Steal!

Popsicle Sticks Bucket

Like I mentioned earlier, these buckets were only $1 from Hobby Lobby. I picked up this pink one because... I thought it was cute tbh. I designed this label in Picmonkey and absolutely love it. I'm going to use it to hold popsicle sticks for brain breaks.

Starbucks Reusable Cup

My sister was so sweet and surprised me with this DIY. I absolutely love the way it turned out. I'm going to use this everyday!

I am hoping to share some more DIYs with you all in the future. Let me know what y'all would like to see!

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