Well, any how, here are some of the super ideas that I have "borrowed" from other websites to come up with my own. Sadly, I was not keeping track of where I got the ideas from so I can not give credit.... but there are some really great teachers out there with really great ideas! I have not ordered all of these, yet.
This is a T-Shirt that I got (for free) for my husband for his first Father's Day. The small text at the bottom says, "The only guy a girl can trust in life is her daddy."
Small stamp (I haven't ordered this yet. But I would prefer it to be in RED so I am debating if I want to pay the $2 or $3 for the upgrade)
Here is a large banner that I thought I would put outside my classroom.
Return address label
Another return address label
Yard sign that can just live on the white board ledge
Found this idea on a teacher's website. (sorry I don't know which website) These can be used to keep track of how much a student has earned for the classroom economy) I really like MRs. Newingham's blog on Scholastic for this: http://blogs.scholastic.com/top_teaching/2010/01/class-economy.html
Great way to for a friend to keep track of work for absent students
Car door magnet
Sticky notes to ask for copy services in the work room
This bag can go home with the Star of the week to remind them to bring in something for show and tell.
I hunted for a quote about education and think this quote will serve me well as a constant reminder to stay positive with students
Great Rubber stamp idea