Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Laminator Love

Oh, happy day. My love for laminating is something I think only teachers can relate too.
I just received this wonderful package from My Binding with their Paper Monster Laminator.
Let the laminating begin!
I've been BUSY sorting and reorganized my classroom books by AR levels and got right to work laminating book bin labels.
The laminator took about 5 minutes to heat up and was ready to use

This model can laminate things up to 11 x 17. Yippee!


You run your laminating film through the machine inside this protective sleeve.

Now my room is AR reading ready.

Thanks My Binding for this wonderful teacher tool.

Now you can get your very own one too by entering a Rafflecopter Giveaway.
Giveaway is for U.S. residents. Winner will need to provide their mailing address.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

127 comments:

  1. I'd actually laminate a book I made for my daughter about our family...her word of the week is "my".

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  2. A well-loved copy if "Abiyoyo". I plan to laminate it a s bind it with book rings.

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  3. I would laminate a stack of things that need to be hanged in my classroom.

    Elizabeth L.
    The First Grade Jungle Room

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  4. I would laminate every thing I could get my hands on. I love laminating.

    -Jeremy
    Mr. Michelbook's Classroom

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  5. I have a ton of stuff that needs laminating since I've changed my room decor. What an awesome giveaway!

    Jana
    kinderdiva@gmail.com

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  6. I think I need "laminating anonymous"… I love to laminate but hate to wait for our lab assistant to do it for me. Goodness knows that more often than not my stuff comes back touching…grrr. I really could use this baby in my classroom. crossing fingers!!!

    Krissy
    mshuttensbuttons@gmail.com

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  7. I'd laminate some keepsake artwork!

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  8. That looks like one awesome laminator!!! I bought a spiral binding machine on the weekend and can so realte to that 'yippee' feeling! Enjoy using your new toy!!
    Tina

    Good Morning Mrs Rubie

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  9. I admit it... I need to join laminators anonymous... I have a problem for laminating everything around me to ensure it lasts and can be re-used for years to come!
    It also means looottssss of storage space!
    Liz - BaysideTeacher

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  10. I would laminate some games I have printed off from TpT.

    Heather
    The Busy Busy Hive

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  11. I love laminating! I laminate everything!

    ~Jenna
    divingintolearning@gmail.com

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  12. I would laminate every single freebie that I print!!!!

    Kelly- khall312@verizon.net

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  13. I would laminate my pile of printed materials. Our laminator at school is on its last leg. Half of it isn't sealing. I need a laminator that will do more than a 8 1/2 by 11.

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  14. I would laminate some games I made. :) Thanks for the giveaway.

    Catherine

    kinder.cuties at yahoo dot com

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  15. I'd laminate some motivational posters I want to hang.
    jkmatuch@aol.com

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  16. I would laminate some file folder games for my girls since we homeschool.

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  17. Labels for my library. I just keep forgetting to ever get around to them!

    Thanks for the chance!

    Jenny

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  18. I would laminate QR task cards!!

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  19. I would laminate Common Core posters! : )

    Susan

    skeller@buhlerschools.org

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  20. I would laminate all the skip counting centers I just purchased from TPT.

    beth.shavelson@browardschools.com

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  21. I would start laminating all of the October units/games that I just printed off!

    Stacey White
    swhite@cfc.k12.wi.us

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  22. I would laminate name tags!!!!


    Aimee
    aimee@vanmiddlesworth.org
    Pencils, Books, and Dirty Looks

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  23. I would laminate my library book labels and some literacy center stuff I have waiting for laminating! :)

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  24. I would laminate all of my students name tags! The laminator at my school broke before I got the chance.

    Bonnie

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  25. I would laminate my new calendar pieces that I've printed.

    Elizabeth

    Fun in Room 4B

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  26. I laminate everything...it allows me to keep things from year to year! I would also laminate items that go in the students' Memory Books for third grade.

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  27. I laminate everything...it allows me to keep things from year to year! I would also laminate items that go in the students' Memory Books for third grade.

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  28. I would laminate my poetry posters ASAP! :)

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  29. I would laminate all of my Daily five posters

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  30. I would laminate the station cards and kid cards for my station pocket chart. Pick me!!

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  31. I think the question is...what wouldn't I laminate? Haha! melindacasas@gmail.com.

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  32. I would laminate my new 0-120 charts that I am referencing all the time with my students. We don't have Math books, and I'm relying on my Promethean Board and Math journals. However, having a laminated copy of the hundred chart would help for referencing and hands on learning.

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  33. I would laminate a bazillion picture and letter cards..I just moved to Kindergarten!!! I hope I hope I hope!

    Allison
    dearkindergarten.blogspot.com

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  34. I have a poster I would love to laminate. Thanks!

    Ѽ Lori
    Teaching With Love and Laughter
    luvyorkies@gmail.com

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  35. I would laminate the new center activities I am working on for my new job!

    Tanya

    Tanya.villacis@yahoo.com

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  36. I would laminate some of my Daily 5 headers, etc. that need to be laminated! :o)

    œKaryn
    A is for Apple B is for Blog
    Kideducator@comcast.net

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  37. I would laminate some of my Daily 5 charts and math anchor charts!

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  38. I'd laminate class books for students to read over and over again!

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  39. I'd laminate a new set of visual reminder cards that I use with some of my students. Thanks!

    Belinda
    I Love 2 Teach

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  40. I would laminate my WBT Rules sheets as they are following me from class to class while I student teach! I would then proceed to laminate every SINGLE thing I make from now on haha

    Miss L
    Miss L’s Whole Brain Teaching

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  41. I can't even decide what I would laminate first! The laminator at school is broken :( I have a stack of literacy centers that is quickly growing!
    aconnolly1216@gmail.com

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  42. I just found your blog and I love it already. I am a first year 3rd grade teacher and need lots of tips!

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  43. I would laminate my daily bookmarks

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  44. I would laminate a math game that I laminated at school, but the lamination is already peeling off. And no one has even played it D:
    Liz
    Teaching in the Valley

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  45. I would laminate my word wall words and some mini posters/signs that I have for my computer lab classroom. We do not have a laminator at our school.

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  46. Hmmm. That's hard! I think if I win I will laminate awards for our auction like "stinky feet" coupon and "crazy hat pass" coupon. Then I can reuse them after the kids turn them in!

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  47. Love your blog! I would laminate my math center cards and anything else that I would like to keep for awhile.

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  48. Love to have it! I would laminate the nametags we use for our substitute and then the list goes on and on!

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  49. My first project would be math vocabulary cards!

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  50. I would laminate all my Common Core Posters!

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  51. I would begin by laminating the task cards and bottle cap math games I have purchased from you!

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  52. I would love this! I am the lamination queen--it would be awesome and so useful to have my own!

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  53. I would love to laminate some of the centers I have created so they last longer.
    Life with Mrs. L

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  54. I would laminate FHE packets as well as preschool activities for my 3-year old

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  55. If I were to win I would laminate my alphabet line that is currently hung up with sticky tack and unlaminated.

    Heidi
    My (Not So) Elementary Life
    mynotsoelementarylife@yahoo.com

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  56. I would laminate my new number line that I just bought!

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  57. The first thing I would laminate is a picture my nephew did when he was little. Followed by everything else. Our school laminates for us, but this fall they did a terrible job and the back didn't seal. So everything had to be redone. Except they tried to peel off the old and ruined several things in the process.

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  58. I would laminate my early finisher board materials since I've been waiting for 2 weeks while we are out of film at school!

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  59. Oooh! I have really been thinking of purchasing one I really hope I win.

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  60. The first thing I would laminate would be all of my new file folder games :)

    Lauren
    Lauren.Kassner@smyrna.k12.de.us

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  61. I totally have laminator envy! If I was lucky enough to win, I've just printed Van de Walle's dot cards to use during our number sense routines.... those would definitely need to be laminated!! :)

    Thanks,
    Cathy VerSteeg
    cathy@missversteeg.com
    www.missversteeg.com

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  62. What a great giveaway! I've always wanted a laminator for my classroom. I make so many center games and activities for my little ones.

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  63. I would laminate my "master" copies of papers I use very often! What an awesome giveaway!

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  64. Oh I love this!!! Gingersnapstreats@gmail.com

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  65. I would laminate my behavior chart!!!

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  66. I would love this to laminate my RtI materials and essential questions!

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  67. The math "I can" statements I'm getting ready to use for our number sense unit.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Katie
    katiebaxsmith@gmail.com
    I Want to be a Super Teacher

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  68. I would laminate my locker tags so they would last the year!
    Thank you!

    Donelle

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  69. I would laminate tons of math centers. Thanks :-)

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  70. I would laminate the three Planet Order mneumonic device posters my classes came up with today!

    Vicky
    Keep Calm & Imagine

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  71. I would laminate my daily 5 I charts

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  72. Awesome offer! I would laminate all of the things that are hanging, but not laminated.

    -Erin
    http://mrsbeerslanguageartsclass.blogspot.com/

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  73. I need genre labels for my class library.
    To have a personal laminator at home - is just a dream!
    Peggy
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    mrspaulson@gmail.com

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  74. I'm dying for a personal laminator...I would love to win one since I am getting the urge to buy one!

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  75. I want a laminator so much- if I won one, I would start to laminate all the things that I have collected over the years, recipes, projects, and family treasures.

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  76. I just got a new student, so I would laminate her things (name plate, daily 5 schedule, etc.).

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  77. I would laminate my pictures for my students work stations. I teach Kindergarten, so it would be used daily. LOL

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  78. Wow, so many items to choose from...I'd have to laminate the rest of the letters for the inspirational quotes I'm putting up around my room, then I would move on to the math games, boggle board letters, numbers for add it up, and then some reader's workshop materials... =)

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  79. The question should be what wouldn't we laminate and then I would say "the dog, the kids, the husband, etc.". I love this laminator and I am having a hard time typing because my fingers are crossed.

    faithfulinfirst.blogspot.com

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  80. I need to laminate my new morning calendar set!!!!
    Bl3982@yahoo.com

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  81. I would laminate my math stations!

    Elizabeth
    Hodges Herald

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  82. What wouldn't I laminate is more like it! Right now it
    Would be the posters for my genre focus bulletin boards
    Stacy

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  83. I have a ton of book labels I need to laminate for my classroom!
    Kathy

    Kathy's Coordinated Class

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  84. Oh my goodness! I am so happy I found you!! I am always searching for more upper-el blogs to read (since I have so much spare "blog-stalking" time! hehe!)

    What an awesome giveaway! You will be making one hard working teacher out there SUPER happy!!! :)

    I had to stay at my building until 9:00pm last night to laminate student made name tags, posters, our back to school craftivity and more! I would have LOVED to come home to be with my family while laminating instead!!

    I love the comment above about what WOULDN'T I laminate (the dog!? HA!)

    YoungTeacherLove 5th Grade Blog

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  85. I would love to win this . . . I try to use our school laminator often . . . but it's always broken or out of film!!

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  86. I would laminate my common core I can statements and goals, my word wall cards, and the many center activities I have created.

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  87. I would first laminate my book basket labels, then EVERYTHING else I could in my room! I need to get a laminator soon!

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  88. I would love, love, love my own laminator! Awesome!

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  89. I would laminate several workshop activities. Give my kiddos additional practice in whatever concept we are working on.

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  90. The first thing I would laminate are the desktags I made to begin the school year.

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  91. I will laminate all kinds of materials for my classroom.

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  92. I have a pile of things that I need to laminate! Word wall words and reading strategy posters to name a couple. What a great giveaway!

    Elisabeth
    www.missdelk.blogspot.com

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  93. I'd laminate any number of things that I still need to print ;)
    acupcakefortheteacher@gmail.com
    ❤Teri
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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  94. Yay for laminating! I share your passion for it. My pile of things I want to laminate is endless and always growing: kid-made bookmarks, posters, games.... Thanks for the contest.

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  95. I would laminate my new apple centers!

    Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

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  97. I went from, "Who needs a laminatpor?" to Laminating Queen! Would love to be able to laminate up to 11 X 17! Oh! Oh! Pick me! Pick me!

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  98. I would laminate materials and visuals for my special needs students! No more recopying and the visuals would last so much longer!!

    Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com

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  99. I would laminate my work station materials. There are many things that I find and print off at home and would love to be able to laminate them right then and there. Not having to wait to go to work to laminate and cut later would be awesome.

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  100. The first thing I would laminate is a reading poster I downloaded. I just moved to a new classroom as half day reading teacher and have next to nothing. I can't wait to start creating more posters and laminating them to keep for years to come!

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  101. Anything I could get my hands on.....but probably my calendar pieces and headers.

    Kelly
    teacupteacher3@aol.com

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  102. I would laminate all the new common core standards I purchased from TPT! Isn't it funny how excited we all get over a laminator??? lol!

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  103. I would laminate everything in my classroom...that isn't already laminated...I have a laminating problem I think!
    Heather
    Simple In Second

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  104. I would laminate my bulletin board signs.

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  105. I would laminate my student's superhero strategies charts! Right Now!!!

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  106. I would laminate everything. I have a laminated sheen over most of my classroom. Maybe I would even laminate this post. Please feed my habit.
    H White

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  107. I would begin to laminate my TPT purchases. Thanks for the opportunity.
    yvonneeyrg@gmail.com

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  108. The first thing I would make if I won the laminator would be badges for my kids backpacks and lunch boxes!
    My fingers are crossed... Thanks
    ;0) Melissa
    Www.moretime2teach.blogspot.com

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  109. I would laminate my new reading strategy posters...and....everything else I could get my hands on!

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  110. Oh I so NEED a laminator!!! I need to laminate a few posters AND my birthday balloon pictures. Wow! What a great giveaway! :)

    Jennifer
    jennkeys @ gmail . com

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  111. I just happen to have some apple games fresh out of the printer waiting to be laminated...... :o)

    Cindy
    ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

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  112. I am having a hard time deciding what I would laminate first. Too many options!!!

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  113. Our school laminator died the week before school started; I'm still trying to catch up! There are so many little things we use day-to-day that need to last the year I really need to get done: name tags, info sheets,student developed strategy and procedure posters, and on and on and on...

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  114. We are housed off-site due to lack of space and they don't have a laminator. I would laminate all my dyslexia materials and share with the other teachers. It is an alternative school and they don't get these luxuries..

    Marianne B
    mabteacher1@gmail.com

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  115. I would laminate centers for my kindergarteners!

    Ashley
    arclark2012@gmail.com

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  116. I would laminate labels to organize my library! :)

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  117. I would laminate centres for my new Daily 5 program!

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  118. The first thing I would laminate is students work and display it on a bulletin board. In my classroom I have african dwarf frogs and students are writing a creative story of how they escape from the cage and where they go in the work. Some ideas are to the beach, down the drain, lost at sea. They are also going to do a nonfiction side about the frogs and look up facts about the frogs. I want to laminate some frogs and the finished product of their stories of fiction and non fiction!!!!

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  119. I have a stack of center games that have piled up on my dinning room table that I need to laminate


    pocketofkinders@gmail.com

    Pocket Full of Kinders

    Shuna P

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  120. I would laminate ....everything!! I'd start with some gameboards I made!!

    Keysee3@yahoo.com

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  121. I have been dying to get my own laminator!!!

    Ashley @ Fierce in Fourth

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  122. I LOVE that this laminator can laminate a larger size than most personal laminators.

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