August 14, 2012

Editable lined paper for CRAFT Board

Hi everyone! Well, my sister and I are away on vacation and it's been lovely. Of course we brought our laptops like good little bloggers (but both promising not to work too much!). 

I'm sure you've heard of Couch to 5K...well today it was our "Blogging to Mountain top" day! As in hiking and man, are we tired! I guess we've been on our computers a bit too much lately...

Anyhow, back to the teacherly things. I wanted to drop by and share the editable lined paper to coordinate with the CRAFT Board

This is available in a Powerpoint file. All you will need to do is click on the Text Box feature...
Then just type your strategies right over the lines... 
This will allow you to customize the strategies and match them up with the board.

If you would like to download the file, please click on the green link below...

24 comments:

  1. As always thanks a bunch. Jealous of your vacation. Today was my first kid day. I am exhausted. :)

    BTW, could you or Melissa add a follow by email option on Melissa's blog too? Love her blog.

    M

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    1. Can't believe I was actually the first person to comment on your blog tonight. I am NEVER first. LOL Have a great vacation.

      M

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  2. Couch to 5K??? Really, Kristen. Did you know I was doing it, too? You, me and Tara are the three...............You fill in the blank :)

    Happy vacation. Don't spend too much time on your computer.

    Elizabeth
    Fun in Room 4B

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    1. No I don't that--I was just referring to it!!! I should be though, lol!!!! The three....

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    2. Haha, I totally read into that then... Come and join me and Tara and then we could totally be the three...

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    3. I love all of your wonderful ideas and tools! I have downloaded so many and have recently purchased from TPT website. I asked the following question in another place on your site, but thought I should ask here...

      Would you happen to have editable name plates or desk plates that match the theme for this year? I have been looking everywhere and just decided to ask :)

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  3. Happy Vacation! Did you guys go anywhere fun? We're headed up to Santa's Village this weekend. Fun for the kids. Hubby did the Couch to 5K last year. He's back on the couch now though. LOL. Have fun with your sis! :) Jodi

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  4. I hope you had a wonderful vacation. Last hurrah before school begins! I just started my first linky party about classroom themes. If you want to help out a new blogger who is trying so hard to find followers:), please follow this link. I'd love to hear about your classroom theme.
    http://www.carolredmond.blogspot.com/2012/08/welcome-to-my-first-linky-party.html.
    Thanks,
    Carol

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  5. WOW... thanks so much! Enjoy your vacation and sister time!

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  6. Thank you so very much!!! I was looking for papers JUST like this and voile, you have them!

    Ali

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  7. Hooray! Thanks for sharing! :)

    P.S. I agree with Ms. M above - have your sister add a "follow by email" option - that's how I keep up with most blogs.

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    1. ...and I see you've already done that. :) Awesome. I just signed up for updates via email.

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  8. Thanks for the freebie! I love your blog & I'm your newest follower!
    http://adventuresinela.blogspot.com/

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  9. Thank you for the info. I was wondering how to type on it. Enjoy your vacation and look forward to your next blog WHEN YOU GET BACK. Teachers need breaks.

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  10. For some reason, it doesn't work for me. I keep trying to add in text box and it is not typing the way you show it. What should I do?

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  11. I am having the same problem! I can tye but it moves the lines around as I type. Help?!

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  12. Kristen,
    I love your blog and all your cute products! I just recently bought the Flipped Alphabet Zaner Bloser font. I was curious, would it be possible to bet long vowel letters/pictures for A, I, U, and E and a short vowel letter/picture for O? I would be so appreciative if I could. My second graders still need to see and review the vowels so much in the beginning of the year. Please let me know. Thank you!!!!
    Donna (dmbastock@gmail.com)

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  13. Thanks Kristen! I will definitely be able to use these!
    ~Heather
    Loose Shoelaces

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  14. I love your CAFE headers. I am interested in the strategies on the lined paper but can't get it to work on my computer. I do not have office 10.

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    1. I don't use office either, they are in ppt. I'm going to be sharing a video tutorial on how to do this (hopefully soon) so stay tuned. Thanks for visiting! :)

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  15. I would just love to say how much I LOVE your creations. I'm so excited to use the CRAFT board, VOICE board, and bright and clear classroom decor.
    I am curious though what fonts you used on the craft board, genre circles, and specials circles. I want to make some coordinating things for my classroom to match what I already have.

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    1. Thanks Heather! They are from Sweet Shoppe Designs!

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  16. Kristen,
    Thank you for the lovely shout out on your design blog. I am so sorry to hear you are closing shop. I hope it is not permanent. Hope all is well.

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