Hey, ya'll! Today's my first day! As always, I have such nerves and kind of can't wait until the routine has been established. A few weeks ago I made a few T-shirts to wear in my classroom, so I decided to link up with Monday Made It and share them with you.
To make these shirts, I used the following tools:
- PowerPoint - I changed the page setup to 16 in. by 16 in. so that it would upload to Vistaprint in a high quality square image.
- Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah Designs and Sweet Shoppe Designs Fonts
- JW Illustrations and Betsy Rainbow Clip Art
- Vistaprint - I ordered during their semi-annual sale, so I think I got a pretty good deal. Does anyone else know of a great online website for printing individual T-shirts?
|"Hello! I am Sra. Carro and I have the best job in the world. I am your teacher." Awwwww! I put a heart right where we live in South Carolina.|
|"Speak Spanish (please)." I am always looking for strategies to motivate my students to always stay in Spanish mode. Hopefully this shirt will help!|
|"I know the answer." Students have such a hard time with the first person verb conjugation. If you speak Spanish, you know exactly what I mean.|
|"I have a mustache." Ok, I really don't exactly, but this is another shirt to help with a commonly incorrectly conjugated verb.|
|"I'm bilingual. What's your superpower?" Another motivator T-shirt to encourage students to develop their second language.|
Have you done something like this before?
For all of my Spanish teacher friends, be sure to visit my Spanish page, filled with freebies and resources!