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Love the social media art, it is sort of fun!

Love the social media art, it is sort of fun! Even if you just made these on large pieces of paper and hung them, they would look great in the technology theme classroom! {broken link, but a great idea!

Computer Lab Reminders – Before You Go  I love to have reminders on the door that students line up at to leave. They make great classroom decorations.  These six reminders are perfect for making sure that students have logged out and cleaned up their work spaces. The reminders come as a full sheet poster. Included:  Did you save your work and close all programs?  Did you log out?  Did you clean up your work space? Did you replace your headphones?  Did you push your chair in?  and more.

Computer Lab Reminders – Before You Go I love to have reminders on the door that students line up at to leave. They make great classroom decorations. These six reminders are perfect for making sure

Vocab list for technology words!

Like all subjects technology skills come with a certain amount of vocabulary that students need to understand in order to complete assignments. These vocabulary cards give kid-friendly definitions and color pictures for more than 30 technology terms.

welcome to the computer lab bulletin boards | Computer Lab Welcome Poster (Free)

This computer lab welcome poster has a cute mouse theme. It is one of several mouse themed technology products for computer labs or centers. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Looking for coordinating technology posters for your computer lab or

Your Fingers Have A Home! | Technology B2S Bulletin Board

- Computer Back-To-School Bulletin Board is just one of our many bulletin board ideas. We have thousands of fun and unique teaching ideas that are great for the classroom and at home!

Computer Lab Rules greet my students when they approach my door.  I got the idea from other tech teachers on http://elementarytechteachers.ring.com/

Computer Lab Rules greet my students when they approach my door. I got the idea from other tech teachers on elementarytechtea.