Custom Teacher T-Shirts



Recently, I came across TeacherShirts.com and have to share my experience with them.  Lately, the trend for teachers has been to wear super cute, trendy shirts pertaining to their school or grade they teach.  TeacherShirts.com make these, as well as custom shirts for classes (CUTE shirts with photos drawn by each student) and bloggers.  Since I'm pretty proud of my little blog that I have here, I decided to try my hand at their custom blogger shirt.  

The process of making a shirt with my blog logo was super easy and quick.  I simply chose the type of shirt I wanted, size, and color, and then uploaded and arranged my blog image.  I received my shirt within days!  The printing of the image was great, and the shirt and image have held up amazingly through many washes and wears.  I am always so proud and excited to wear my shirt featuring my blog logo!


If you often come across teachers with their grade level or teacher shirts and have thought about how much you would love one for yourself, I HIGHLY recommend www.teachershirts.com (created by A+ Images).  They are amazing to work with and produce great quality shirts!  They also offer great prices as well!

Free Teacher Binder Cover


Lately, I've been working on organizing my teaching materials to make life a little easier for me once school starts back in a few weeks.  One of the top things on my to-do list was creating a Teaching Binder where I have class information, meeting information, and assessment documents, as well as teaching resoures and materials for myself. 

I found the colorful binder pictured above from Avery at Target and just knew I had to make it cute by adding a binder cover and spine.  This is what I came up with:


I've also created a spine to fit the following binder sizes:
  • 1 inch
  • 1.5 inches
  • 2 inches
  • 3 inches
  • 4 inches
If you would like a copy of this binder cover and spine to make your life as a teacher easier (not to mention cuter!), you can download it for free here.

Free Summer Goals Checklist


If you're like me, you have a long to-do list during your summer break.  Whether it be lesson planning, classroom organization, Teachers Pay Teachers, household projects, or lifestyle goals, there is A LOT I want to accomplish while I am on summer vacation! 

Although I am pretty good at keeping a list in my head, it helps me to physically be able to check items off a list.  There's just something about checking off an item that makes me motivated!  Instead of making a list on a post-it note, I decided to create a goal sheet to print and hang on my refrigerator.  The result was this My Summer Goals checklist!


Included in the free printable are 12 slots for you to write down goals you want to accomplish.  As you complete an item on the checklist, you can simply cross it out, or, if you're a teacher like me who loves to color, you can use crayons to color the boxes!  Those Crayola's make it pretty and colorful!
 
 
If you're ready to get started on those summer goals of yours, you can download the free goals checklist, here!