My cousin is having a little girl and there were some fantastic ideas that I had to share with you!
Using paper lanterns is a cheap and very cute way to decorate for a shower!
Instead of playing games at the shower, we decided to decorate onesies and bibs. This ended up being one of the most fun things that I have done in a long time! There were several iron-ons to choose from, onesies ranging in sizes, and permanent fabric markers to use.
Here is the onesie that I decorated! Of course, it's an owl!
Here is the bib I decorated using an iron-on "E" and the fabric markers.
My cousin decorated this bib with a necklace look.
We signed all of our bibs and onesies with our names so that she knew who decorated what and to be able to send us pictures of the new baby in the clothes.
This onesie was signed by us all!
I thought this one was humorous! (And true!)
We had to get chevron in there! Plus, this is a great quote for a baby!
To avoid curious eyes and ensure students' privacy during assessments, I made these dividers out of two file folders and a word doc. I laminated them to keep them durable. Students love using these because they claim their own space and they say that it helps them concentrate. It's also nice when they are taking a test and I can just glance to see who is still working if their divider is still up. I have heard them called both student dividers and student offices.
I made this "Do Not Disturb" sign on Word and glued it on.
I have seen some dividers that have all sorts of information for the students to reference, however, I like to use these for assessments so I thought the smiley face would work best. I just got it from clip art and printed them off. It's so cute because sometimes I catch them smiling back at it!