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Another Cute Door {or Bulletin Board} Decoration!

Here it is… FINALLY!  My new door decoration for this year.  I named my room the “Math Cave” since my room is so small and huddled behind a bunch of bookshelves.  I feel sort of like my room IS a cave!  All of the eyeballs you see are like imaginary creatures in the cave.  The comments in speech bubbles around the door suggest that the creatures are afraid of the dark.  To bring in some mathematical thinking, the purple poster in the center prompts the children to count the creatures’ eyeballs in groups of two to find out how many creatures are in the dark math cave.  You can download the bulletin board speech bubbles and sign for free right here if you want to recreate the door idea.    I made most of the eyeballs out of leftover cutouts from the cricut cutter when various letters were cut out.  It really bothers me that the words “Math Cave” are off center, but I glued them down and couldn’t very well rip them off without destroying the background.  Oh, well, there are more important things to worry about at this time of the school year!  The leafy green border is like vines growing around the cave.

Below are posted two pictures of my door.  The second one is closer up so you can see the words more easily.

 

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