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Old 09-23-2010, 05:59 PM
 
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Last year our grade level talked to a parent who makes screen printed t-shirts. The idea was to have the students each write their own name on a piece of paper and that was what was screen printed on a shirt. It was really cute to have all of their signatures on the back of a shirt we all had. This shirt was used for field trip and could be used for the rest of the year, such as on spirit Fridays. My question is, does anyone have any other ideas? Other teachers had children draw their own faces and write their name. I wanted something different this year...Any suggestions?


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We tie-dyed t-shirts, last year. It would be cool to have the students' names on the tie-dyed shirts. Unfortunatley, I only had 2 students pay for t-shirts this year, so my students will be borrowing the t-shirts that I tie-dyed during my first year as a teacher.
Each 1st grade class had a different color. It resembled a rainbow when we all lined up to get from here to there.
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We have had shirts made that can be used year after year so that we do not have to buy new ones each year.
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Safety people suggest NOT having kid's names on their t-shirts because it makes it too easy for strangers to start a conversation...just a thought.
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Maybe the school name, or your class could brainstorm a class name and put that on the shirt. Sounds like fun!

I agree that putting names on shirts is not a safe thing to do.


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Old 09-25-2010, 12:20 PM
 
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We go on our field trip near the end of the year. Our t-shirt is always the shirt we wore for the music play they do for the parents. This saves on buying two shirts and the kids all look the same because they have their "Performance" shirt on
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Thank You ladies...
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for all of your input. I understand that it can be some sort of safety issue, but it is a collection of names on the back. Not necessarily the name of the individual student. Thanks for the insight. I have my idea of what I want now, Have a phenomenal week!
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