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If you do a pattern with your calendar, where do you get your patterned pieces?

I used 2 sided shapes for Sept/October, but the butterflies are getting a bit old. My local teaching store has NOTHING in stock. I check my usual sites but couldn't seem to find what I'm looking for. What do you use? Where do you get them?

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Here's a lot of them!
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http://www.play2learnprintables.com/...ar%20links.htm
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ck this out
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ck the website www.childcareland.com under free printables. At the end of the printables there are months listed and they have calendar numbers.
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I have a lot of shapes that a teacher gave me. She laminated construction paper and then used the die cut. If you laminate first it saves time cutting around the shapes than if you laminate after.
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Calendar number sets
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I just use different calendar number sets and make whatever pattern I want for the month.


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I have some sets that I made using a graphic I liked for the month and copied on colored paper, construction or card stock. November is a turkey from a worksheet that I reduced and have in 2 shades of brown. I made extras so I don't have to decide on the pattern when copying.
Others I have made this way are shapes, hearts, snowmen with different colored hats and scaves, leaves.
I have Print Shop on my home computer and made a new October pattern with pumpkins and eggplants. (eggplant was the only other veggie clip art I liked.The kids loved it.) You can search the web for free graphics, too.
I also have a set that are from an arrow shaped sticky pad. The pattern is created by turning the arrows in as many different directions as you want.
I like crafty type stuff.
If you do not, try seasonal stickers on card stock cut to fit your calendar.
Hope this helps.
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Thanks Ladies!! I had no idea I could print things like this!
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