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Friday, August 8, 2014

The Creative Teacher Giveaway: DIY Classroom Number Magnets!

Yeah!  It's time for another Creative Teacher Giveaway!  These are so much fun to participate in and I love the chance to read the posts of the other teachers!  So many great projects!

This time around, I chose to make some number magnets for my classroom.  I am going to use these on my magnetic lunch choice board.  Students will move them to the part of of the magnet board that shows their lunch choice.

First I ordered these 1x1 squares from Sun & Moon Craft Kits.  
Next I created the image I wanted... I went with a number and one of the Stick Kids from Graphics from the Pond... you can purchase a ton of different stick kids here.  I love them and use them all the time in my products. 

Cut out and use collage pauge to attach the images to the clear squares.  You want the image to show through the square.  Allow them to dry.

Once they are dry, you can attach a magnet to the back.  I chose flat magnet sheets that already had adhesive backing. I cut squares that were slightly smaller than the size of the magnet and simply stuck them to the back.

Here is a picture of the final result!  Super cute and they match my room!

Enter the rafflecopter below for a chance to win your own set of magnets!  I will even make them to match your classroom!   (If you don't use numbers in your classroom, I will make them to meet your needs!)

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  1. I LOVE these! Such a great idea for some lasting magnets! thanks so much for sharing!
    Differentiation Station Creations

  2. I love these! SO many pun intended!! I love the directions of how to just incase I don't win!
    Jenn :)
    Crayons & Cuties In Kindergarten

  3. These turned out great! Thanks for the directions and pix :)
    First Grade Dual

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