...and I have already begun collecting, customizing, and creating new materials to match my theme.
I've decided to post about my teacher toolbox for Monday Made It!
Coincidentally, the first time I created a teacher toolbox was a few years ago, when I also had a robot theme. You can view that post here.
Back then my color scheme was a little different and my computer skills were still developing.
This year I plan to integrate my primary colored plastic bins with my other classroom decor so my toolbox was in need of a little face lift.
I created the new labels for my teacher toolbox in Power Point with Krista Wallden's borders and robot clipart. I printed them on thick paper.
Then I ran them through my trusty laminator for durability.
I cut out each label and taped them to the outside of each drawer. Last time I taped them to the inside of each drawer but the color pops more from the outside.
Here is a peak at the final product:
All that I have left to do is restock each drawer with new supplies.
Want to create your own teacher toolbox labels? Download the template here.
Create, print, cut, and tape them on to your own toolbox. Easy peasy!
Check out all the other Monday Made It's at Tara's blog, Fourth Grade Frolics.
Have a teacher toolbox of your own? Share a photo with me on my Facebook page! I'd love to see your personal creations!