It's Back to School time! Open house is coming soon, therefore, I wanted to share with you two 'Welcome Sign In' Signs I created this year. The purpose of my sign is for parents and guardians to see it, feel welcome, and as a reminder for them to please sign in on the sign in sheet I will lay out. Below is a step-by-step guide on making a simple 'Welcome Sign'.
First, I found several supplies I wanted to use and gathered them together. I purchased
Second, I laid out the trifold board and the glitter paper. I marked where I wanted it to fit on the board, cut it with scissors and glued it onto the trifold board. I cut the pieces so they would lay in the folds on the board since it was not large enough to cover the board as seen below.
The letters were laid out first then glued on using a spray adhesive glue. Although, I like the spray adhesive glue, it is difficult to use inside and you must ensure that you have paper or something that you are working over you don't mind glue getting all over or work outside. I glued on the "Welcome" letters, then used self adhesive letters to spell out Ms. Moore's Class, Please Sign In. The arrow is glued on. On the back of the sign, again, I laid out the letters, glued them on and used a nice glittery exclamation mark to grab attention. This is nice for guardians and students to see when they leave the class. I can also place this sign with the back showing in the class on a shelf or cabinet and it be visible all year for my students and anyone else who enters.
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