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Homemade Stickers That Promote Writerly Habits

I’ve been thinking about investing in a sticker machine for quite some time now, but couldn’t justify it. However, when I thought about how much I’ve been paying for stickers lately, the idea of having my own sticker machine for the purpose of making my own stickers for my students seemed more attractive. (I used my teacher discount at Joann Fabric and Craft when I bought it, which took the price down 15%.)

I tried it out today using my Creative Delights Companion Software (you can download it for free by clicking here) and am extremely happy with the results. I especially like the fact that I can create any message my heart desires and then turn it into a sticker for my kids. (Some examples of stickers I created are: “This sounds like you,” “Reasons are clear,” “This shows improvement,” and “Excellent Idea.”)

Here’s what I’ve created so far:




Stacey Shubitz View All

Literacy Consultant. Author. Former 4th and 5th Grade Classroom Teacher.

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