Tech the Halls {What iWant for Christmas}

You might have seen {this} post by sweet Reagan.  She sent me her Techy Santa Pack and I told her we MUST do bulletin boards with the name "Tech the Halls". I love a good play on words! ;)

My kiddos loved the craft!  I think next year I will scale it down {maybe resize it on the copy machine} so I can fit more on my bulletin board.  Our head custodian is not loving the ones that are stapled on the sides. HA! The glasses are TOO cute and my kiddos tried to wear them around the classroom!





Go check out Reagan's packet!  And if you'd like the letters for your bulletin board, 
click {here} for a freebie.  To see my Christmas bulletin board last year, click {here}.

16 comments:

Michelle Hudgeons said...

How adorable!
Michelle @ Smitten With First

vicky1970 said...

Hi Rachelle - Those are the cutest Santa's I have ever seen I think. So clever...I too am a big fan of a play on words. LOVE THIS my friend!!
Vicky
Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

Tina Crofts said...

I LOVE THIS!!!! Totally going to do this next week. Thanks for the ideas. Now I just need to figure out a place for the bulletin board.

Tina
Crofts' Classroom

Mrs. Shepherd said...

Looks great!

Anonymous said...

What about your students who do not celebrate Christmas?

Shelly said...

I agree - very cute Santas!

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Rachelle said...

@Anonymous, I do not have any students who do not celebrate Christmas, thanks!

Emily Liscom said...

This is really cute:) so adorable. Are your kids squirly about Christmas?!?! Mine are!!


Miss Kindergarten said...

Love you and your punny bulletin boards!!

stacehunt said...

I just purchased it. I teach tech apps and a co-worker shared this post with me. I LOVE, LOVE it. Thanks!!

Reagan Tunstall said...

Rachelle! I am just finding this! They look so great! Thanks for the shout out!

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Unknown said...

"It's Criss Cross Crash!" my 5-year-old child shouted to his grandparents on Saturday morning, holding up the last huge present Santa had left him, so they could see. It was the last thing in a long march of toys and treats, running from occasion socks and a bundle of tree-formed Beacon Heritage Jacket sticky "Krabby Patties" to that one much-wanted thing he had requested that Santa bring him – all held up for grandparental seeing.

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