Classroom Inspirational Words

Monday, February 6, 2017
I entered a new classroom this year and I knew I had to spruce it up. I love bright colors and have a pretty ugly brick wall with little character. I knew I wanted to put something inspirational on that wall. Here is what I did!

It was SUPER easy! I typed one letter to a page on a PowerPoint slide. I printed the letters on the specific colored paper I wanted. Then I laminated the pages and cut them out! Make sure you have enough colored card stock or paper per the word you want.

A little tip: for the inside of the closed letters (o, p, r, etc.), I used a utility knife on a hard surface so the letters wouldn't be bent.

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2 comments:

  1. Love this! What font are you using? And what size letters (if you know, I know this is an old post!) I'd love to add a few other words to align with our social studies/community building work and to fill an awkward and unattractive wall in my classroom.

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    1. Hi Joanna! I can't remember the size of the font, but it is MTF Jumpin Jack that you can find on dafont.com!

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