I love a good T-shirt! What is even better is a T-shirt to remember your class! I have an awesome class this year and I can't wait to rock our Room 20 Tshirt ASAP!

Have you heard of A+ Images? They make the best shirts! A few years ago they made my pink blog shirt (old logo) and then last year I designed this shirt for them for my Disneyland meet up with Michelle from Apples and Abcs.

Did you know that A+ also makes clasroom designed Tshirts? All you have to do is have your students draw their faces and write their name on a special template from A+ images and then you will have an amazing keepsake to remember your class. Here are some examples.

Luckily you! I am giving away a class set (up to 24 students). More shirts can be ordered at regular tshirt price if needed). How do you enter? Click here to my instagram for details!

That's not all: Ramona Recommends Readers: You can SAVE $1 per shirt and receive a FREE TEACHER SHIRT with your minimum order of 15 paid shirts. All other instructions apply, including minimums listed here. Orders must be postmarked by April 15th, 2017. New orders only (no price adjustments on previous orders). Use promo code RR17 on your order form. As an added bonus, you will receive a coupon code for 20% off orders at A+ Images when your classroom faces order ships!



If there is one pillar of character that I had to say was most important, I would hands down go with KINDNESS. I tell my students  our number one rule is: BE KIND. It is the only way we do it. No {ifs, ands, or buts} Honestly, I pride myself in the kindness community I have created in my classroom because of authors like Maria Dismondy. The amazing author, Maria Dismondy, has written many picture books to teach students how to be the BEST them. By being the BEST them they are kind, thoughtful, trustworthy, special, and thankful.

Maria's latest book The Jelly Donut Difference {I digress- can we give her a high five for always having food titles.. HIGH FIVE.}, is a sweet story of two siblings who spread kindness to their elderly neighbor. The kindness gestures they do bring years of smiles back to Ms. Marvis' heart. As I read the story aloud, I kept smiling because this book teaches students that SIMPLE acts of kindness are valuable no matter the size.

Random  acts of kindness never stop traveling. - Ramona Recommends 

I highly recommend this book to on your classroom bookshelf to teach and encourage kindness all around your school and classroom. Here is a great Reader's Workshop Guide written by Emily Yost author behind Third in Hollywood. It's for you!!

Hopefully you use picture books to spread kindness around in your classroom! I can must say this book should be on your list!!!  #justsayin'(Amazon affiliate link used)
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