Wednesday, June 29

Tooth Tally and labels

Here is a simple way to keep up with all the teeth your little darlings lose throughout the year. I also included a chart with the months September through June. Click the picture below to download.
Going through my files, thought I would post my table labels. I have four tables. Each table has their own basket filled with books, play-doh, handwriting boards, and markers. This is also where they keep any work that still needs to be completed. This is their go to basket for when they finish work early. I also keep a small bucket for trash, and a separate container for pencils and crayons on their table. When we need lots of work space everything goes on the floor.
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5 comments:

Tammy said...

I love this! Thank you!! I was just thinking about how to do lost tooth and birthday celebrations next year! Thanks for sharing!
Tammy
Live Love Laugh Everyday In Kindergarten

The Lesson Plan Diva- A 1st grade blog said...

This is just what I needed! Thanks!

Jenaya
Lesson Plan Diva

Erica Bohrer said...

I just found your blog through Pinterest! This is adorable! Are both fonts from Lettering Delights?
Erica Bohrer's First Grade

J. Jackart said...

I also am curious about the fonts you used in the tooth tally. They're SUPER cute!

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