Silouette CAMEO Party!!!

Back to School elicits so many new possibilities.  Rooms are rearranged, classroom decor changes, and themes evolve.  I can hear an ever so slight quiet across the world of teacher bloggers as we slip into the abyss we call our classrooms.

This week, I've dove into my classroom move from the 1st/2nd grade hallway to the Kindergarten wing.  Yes, WING.  We have 1PreK-K and 7 Kinder teachers.  I can already imagine the noise that will fill this hallway each morning.  

Recently, I received a letter in the mail from my principal stating, "It's time for all Avengers to assemble.  With great power, comes great responsibility!"  Our first duty is to determine what kind of power we have and it's limitations.

For me, diving into a project means my undivided attention.  What powers will I need to wart off my nemesis, alter ego, a villain?  In order to answer this questions, I have to create the atmosphere.  

Some of my sweet friends and I have been planning a CAMEO Party for months.  Oh... the day has arrived!  My abyss has centered around creating an atmosphere where the kids will buy into the theme.  Not hard to convince a 5 year old boy that he is a superhero.  

I'm so excited to present my first project completed!  A Welcome Superhero Kid Banner!!!  

Do you have a CAMEO?  Create, Share, and Link!  Don't forget to click the button below and "HOP" on over to Blog Hoppin' and enter a giveaway to win your own Silhouette CAMEO!


Amanda said...

Cute! I love how you wrote this too!

FirstGradeBlueSkies (Jennifer) said...

Love the banner! Unfortunately, no cameo here =(
First Grade Blue SKies

Erica Bohrer said...

Wow that banner is impressive! Great job.

Lindsey (The Teacher Wife) said...

your banner turned out darling! good job!!

Natalie Kay said...

Very cute!! I love the super hero theme!

Michelle said...

Love this so much!!! So fun!

Deanna Jump said...

What a fun theme! I LOVE your project! :)

Mrs. Castro said...

Your banner turned out great! I love it! I need to do something similar, but can't seem to commit to a style.
Mrs. Castro's Class

Jenn Bates said...

That banner is adorable!!! I would LOVE to have one.
Finally in First

The Polka Dot Apple said...

Super cute banner! I just love pennant banners and I love how you incorporated your school's theme with it! Nice job!

Sandy Fiorini said...

Wow! Love the banner. The more I see these ideas the more I want my own cameo!

It's on my wish list. Maybe for my b-day?

Ms. Fiorini’s Stadium

Karen Stamp said...

I agree... what a perfect way to get your boys EXCITED about learning! The kindergarten hallway always has the best hummm!!
Karen :o)
Mrs. Stamp's Kindergarten

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