Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Cricut Behavior Chart

You may know that I am a teacher and I love using my Cricut for classroom projects. My BFF Jennifer started to use a behavior chart for her classroom and had so much success with it that I decided to give it a try also.

I created my behavior chart using Art Philosophy from CTMH. I love how it turned out and my kids love trying to reach the top level.  When you reach the top level the student gets called the "Fabulous Falcon" (Falcon is our mascot) all day long and they get a special celebration at the end of the day.  It's been a great hit in my room!  Thanks Jennifer!

Here is a picture:

I also want to announce my winner from the Krafty Girls blog hop!  You still have time to play along in the "Face Off" challenge.  You just have to incorporate a face on your project :)

Onto the winner:
Congrats to
Please email me at encarnacion dot maribel at gmail dot com by May 19th to claim your cartridge.

Thanks for visiting!


  1. I love it! I think that this is something I can incorporate at home.

  2. Hi Maribel:) OMG! I love this Behavior chart!! I just love all the Fabulous decor in your class room and wish you were my son's teachers:) Thanks for sending your BFF to me huge hug!!! I hope you had a fabulous and spoiled Mother's Day!!!

  3. This is so creative and fabulous, Maribel!! What a great way to motivate students!! :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  4. This is super cool! I'm sure your students love this! I love seeing how you incorporate cricut work into your classroom! TFS! :)

  5. This is super cute. I may scraplift this one!!!


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