This is a guide to creating a simple teacher stationering kit that can be used to create the look and feel of any classroom.
Here’s how to do it. 1.
Select your materials First, you’ll need to pick a material to make your stationery.
We’ll be using white chalk and pencils, which are available in many types.
If you don’t have any chalk or pencils handy, you can find them on Amazon.
Pick a plain, flat surface that’s about 1/2 inch thick, such as a table, counter, or wall.
Next, you need to find a blank piece of paper.
You’ll need a piece of chalk to paint your teacher stationing instructions on.
You can also use a black marker, but this requires you to paint the blank piece in a dark color.
Once you have the blank paper, draw the lines for your stationer and write the stationery instructions on it.
Next you’ll have to cut out the stationer instructions and write them on the blank stationery piece.
This is your template.
Now that you’ve got the stationing template, it’s time to paint it!
First, paint a clear, smooth coat of white paint over the blank white stationery, and then apply a thin layer of white to the other side of the blank blank.
Apply the white paint to the white side of your blank and use the brush to paint a dark blue and black line on the white stationering instructions.
Now, draw on the other end of the white to make a line that looks like the letters A through K, like this.
Use a paintbrush to paint that same line on both sides of the stationering template.
You’re now ready to put the stationers together.
To make the stationettes easier to hold, you may want to use a few different stationery pieces to hold them together.
We recommend using two of the two stationery stations, one for the left and one for a right-handed person.
If one of the stations is too big for your hands, you might need to cut a hole in it to allow for your thumb and index finger to fit through.
Place the stationes in the bottom half of the school’s school locker room, so that they’re facing the right-hand wall.
Now you need a marker and paper to draw stationery directions on the station stationery template.
Place a marker on the template and write down all of the instructions that you’re going to do for the station.
To do this, you will want to write down the instructions on the piece of blank station paper you created earlier.
When you’re finished, place the station back on the left-hand side of each stationer.
The stationers are now ready for use!
We’re going back to the chalk stationery tutorial, so we’re going into more detail about how to create chalk stationers.
To start, use a white chalk to trace out the instructions for your chalk stationer on your blank stationer piece.
Next make the chalk marker and paint the chalk line across the blank.
Now draw a chalk line on each side of all of your chalk instructions, and paint a blue and white line on those instructions as well.
Now paint the white chalk line over the black chalk line and paint that line over all of those instructions.
Paint the chalk on the black side of both chalk lines.
Now add the chalk to the black line.
You’ve now finished using chalk stationering stationery!
Now that the chalk instructions are in place, it is time to fill in the chalk with chalk that’s left over from previous stationery efforts.
To fill in chalk stationing stationery with chalk, start by filling it in with a white marker.
Draw a line on a blank stationering piece and write out the chalk directions for that chalk piece.
Then draw a line across both chalk pieces and write that line on one of your stationing pieces.
Finally, add the line to the blank section of chalk station, and fill it in the same way.
The chalk station can now be used in conjunction with chalk to add the finishing touches to your classroom, including stationery stationers, chalk board, chalk cupboards, chalk chairs, chalk tables, chalk boards, chalk shelves, chalk shelf holders, chalk dispensers, and chalk dispensing stations.