•Respect your peers, yourself and your community.
•Remain in your seat.
•Raise your hand to be acknowledged.
•Be prepared for class.
•Absolutely NO profanity!
My classroom colors are going to be zebra prints black and white, purple and black and turqoise and black. You don't have to use those colors but wanted to give you a starting point. I teach middle-school English Language Arts.
I love your banner. I want to create one, too, but I am still trying to figure out which 5 rules I want for my classroom. When I come up with them, would you mind helping me out? It would be the same design as yours.
BTW, I ordered the clip chart that you designed for me.
Yes, the small free banner is what I want and you can design it in whichever direction best suits your design.
I am so excited!!! Thanks for your help!
Feel free to revise the language or create an acronym. I really like the wording of Krika's banner. Also, I know that the use of "NO" is out of the norm as well. So...do what you like. I trust your judgement. Just remember it's middle-school (7th & 8th).
Last edited by sanrisa1; 06-24-2010 at 03:47 AM..
Reason: additional notes
If you want to add one of the vista graphics or your own:
1. Under the selected picture/design you are using to make the banner click Advanced editing.
2. At the top right above the picture/design there is a Import button next to the Text button. Click the Import.
3. This will appear. If you want to search their files do search image gallery. If you want to add one yourself you can click "browse" and download from your pictures. After you have downloaded pictures and want to use them again you just go to the "Use a previously uploaded file" after you click import. Hope this helps.
I'm a scrapbooker. I used to use paper and ribbons and glue and stuff. Then I discovered digital scrapbooking - digital files that others have created (I'm too lazy to learn how to make my own) that look like paper and embellishments, etc. It's MUCH faster and not nearly the same mess. ;-)
Anyway, I've transferred those skills to making stuff for my room. If it can be printed at Costco (regular print sizes ... 5 x 7", etc.), then I can make it. The signs you saw are Costco's 12" x 18" prints, cut in half. So, I was able to create two signs for $2.99.
I use the same techniques to design stuff for VistaPrint. Then it's "free"! :-D