Printing on Sticky Notes!

This is one of those things I saw on Pinterest awhile ago and just had to try in my classroom! It's seriously one of my favorite things to do now and SO easy! I use it a lot in my classroom, especially when writing commentary on students' work. In our district, we are supposed to post commentary on students' work in the hallway, which can be very time consuming! This little trick makes writing commentary MUCH easier! I also LOVE giving out little sunshine notes when one of my kids has had a great day or I want to let a co-worker know how much I appreciate them! 


Just follow these simple steps!


 

After downloading the template for the sticky notes, print it out!



Then, go back to the document and type in each box. I usually end up copying and pasting a lot of the text to make things easier and save time!


After this step, I usually make the lines on the boxes white OR transparent so that they do not print on top of the sticky notes. Simply click "No Outline" and they disappear or make the line white, but you can still type inside each box! Completely up to you!

If you are printing the {You are my Sunshine} sticky notes from my freebie, once you print the template and put the sticky notes on the template,  you just have to print the page with the sunshine sticky notes! They already have the white outline and are ready to go! 



Then, put the sticky notes on your template and put the paper in the printer. You may have to play around with the settings to print them correctly. For my printer at school, I have to put the paper in upside down and backwards! But, at home I have to put the paper in a different way. Just play!


Then, hit print and VOILA!




I'd love to know how you use sticky notes in your classroom!

Happy Teaching!


8 comments

  1. Hey Chandra, I love this post and have wondered how everyone was printing on sticky notes. I now have it saved on Pinterest. Thanks for sharing!
    Deb at Fabulously First

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  2. Great post! I have to try this. Kids love anything personalized!

    Stacy
    Made with Love

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