The last week of September was declared Education Week at the university which happens to be funny because October is officially International Teacher Appreciation Month. We took the time off and moved our activities from the classroom to the backfield.
I helped out the seniors with some booth designs and suggested to adapt the #superteacher theme. We also added more character with mini-chalkboards and created blue pompoms as well as blue and white Japanese lanterns. The result?- A floating haven of blue right in the side of a muddy backfield.
Juliet brought her ribbons with her and sold them at really affordable prices. To check out more of her creations, visit Jam's Ribbon on Facebook.
Like our blue pompoms? We just learned to do that a day before! Where did we learn it? From a tutorial on YouTube! (Sshh don't tell!)
Of course our friend Biboy also brought his blue and white Japanese garden lanterns which made quite a huge difference with the decor.
And what's a teacher's best tool for teaching? Enter chalkboards!
We used mini-chalkboards to tie it up to the Education theme.
You will never guess but this one is Pinterest inspired. We also used mini clothespins.
Finally, this is for all the #superteachers out there.
Did I mention that it was a contest? We won by the way.
I've been seeing a lot of these all over the place. You might want to do this too. Have a fabulous International Teacher Appreciation Month!