How do you communicate to the whole school what supplies are needed for art class? Well one way might be to post a board outside your room. I'm really happy with this new way of taking on this task of communication. First let me talk about how I made this sign so cool look'n.
Bubble wrap! I know... Genius! So after I added liquid watercolors over the artwork, I let it dry resting on the bubble wrap. I think you want to have the paper on the top so it can air out and dry. It gave a fun little texture anyhow :)
I put push pins in the wall to hold the clip boards. I think this will be nice to have something so easily changeable. I don't always have the best handwriting for new readers so the fact that I will have these pre printed is a good thing. I used contact paper to hold the numbers and sign on. I started out with some generic signs that I will have up whenever I don't need the kids to bring toolboxes, or paint shirts. The teachers plan on sending a student to my room to view the sign before art so the kids come prepared. I think it will work great as long as I am consistent.