Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Using Stamps in the Classroom

A few weeks ago I ordered some teacher stamps for my classroom and I am so excited because they finally came in this week. Every morning I have my students write down their homework in their agenda's and I initial below that I have seen it Well this year, I wanted something to make this a little faster... in comes my stamps! I ordered a stamp that replicates my signature so now every morning I just walk by and stamp their agendas. I am so happy with how it turned out.


I also ordered a stamp for my library because I got a grant last year from Donors Choose for $800 worth of books! So then I needed to make sure those precious books never left my sight. Instead of writing my name in all those books, I had a stamp designed with my name on it. Now I just stamp all my new books.

Finally, I ordered a stamp that was just plain cute. I have not decided how I would use it other than at the bottom of letters to parents and things like that but I could not help but order this stamp because it was so cute.

If you are interested in ordering stamps for your classroom head on over to Simply Stamps, they can design anything you like. I was so impressed with how fast they were able to create special stamps just for me.

5 comments:

  1. Using the stamps on your books is a great idea! I just ordered some from Vistaprint to stamp my students notes that go to the office (early dismissal, etc.). They have my name, room #, and grade level on them. They're so useful!

    Sara
    Smilinginsecondgrade.blogspot.com

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  2. I love your stamps! I remember my 8th grade teacher had a stamp that exactly replicated her signature - I thought that was SO COOL! Clearly I was meant to teach... haha.

    Marvelous Multiagers!

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  3. I communicated with this company and they are designing me a stamp. Thanks for sharing

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