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I wanted to design some mustache items that teachers could use as incentives, decorations, and labels, so I put together a mustache "Stache" Of Stuff packet.
Here you'll find bookmarks, templates to make a mustache for your students, labels for their files or folders, etc.
I was watching my 6-month-old grandson, so I took a picture of him with the mustache. He wanted to eat it, but you get the idea.
Click on the link to view/download this mustache packet.
I also designed 3 "I mustache you to please raise your hand" reminder posters.
Question of the Day of course is perfect for the "I mustache you a question" phrase.
Print off the template, laminate and attach to a metal door or cookie sheet. Print off your students' school picture, add a mustache to their face, laminate, cut out and put a magnet on the back.
Using a dry erase marker, write a new question each day. Students answer the question by sticking their photo under the yes or no section of the poster.
Click on the link to view/downloas the Question of the Day mustache poster.
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"Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning; but for children, play IS serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood." -Mr. Fred Rogers