Thursday, March 30, 2017

Homemade Anchor Chart Stand

It's almost Friday and I hope you are having a fabulous week. Today I posted a picture of a mini homemade anchor chart stand that I made on Instagram. I decided I had too many great anchor charts around and they just were not organized so I could get my fingers on them quickly.  I decided the majority were in "portrait" so I wanted to make my stand so it could accommodate as many of my charts as I could. keeping them all handy. Also,  I had a question about whether or not I had a tutorial on how I made it. So I thought I would post this here in case anyone else was interested in the specifics. Take a peek below if you are interested.  It is also on my Pinterest page if you would like to access it that way. What do you think?  Are you going to give it a whirl. If I can do it...anyone can.

Hope you enjoy getting organized.  It always feels great to me!



Until Next Time,

7 comments:

  1. Wow! How clever! I think I could do this too. I just found your blog. It's cute! By the way, I also went to Miami University. Those were the days!
    Thanks for hosting the link up.
    Teaching Tips and Treasures

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  2. Wow! How clever! I think I could do this too. I just found your blog. It's cute! By the way, I also went to Miami University. Those were the days!
    Thanks for hosting the link up.
    Teaching Tips and Treasures

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    1. It's very simple to make Elizabeth. Good luck with it. Are you still in the area? Thanks for stopping by and saying hello.

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  3. I am still in the area- Beavercreek. I graduated from Miami in 1989.

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  4. I am still in the area- Beavercreek. I graduated from Miami in 1989.

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