This is completely different than something a high school math teacher would use...it is more for elementary teachers or middle school teachers and it has nothing to do with math!
I used to scrapbook in my former life - I still do sometimes, but now that I have 3 children with two of them really little, I have almost no time to do it.
So I started thinking about something I could make for my TPT store that sort of involved scrapbooking.
Table Tents are what I came up with...
I don't think that is a great title, but here is a picture of what I mean.
These are cards that feature monsters dressed in Easter clothes. There is a monster on the front of the card and a monster joke on the back. I thought it would be cute for a teacher to print out enough for his or her class and then have a card sitting on each child's desk when they come in for class in the morning.
Easter Table Tents
These could also be used for a parent to write a Easter Basket Treasure Hunt. In fact, that is how I intend to use some of the blank cards that can be printed. My oldest son really enjoys solving a treasure hunt which gives him clues to the location of his Easter Basket.
I will follow this up with Happy Birthday Table Tents (the teacher puts one on the Birthday Child's desk in the morning) and General Classroom Table Tents (the teacher uses a card when a child has done something especially good or noteworthy).
Birthday Table Tents