Class T-Shirt

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  1. KLSSwimmer

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    Hello everyone!

    I am thinking about getting class t-shirts for my class. Does anyone have any suggestions on ideas that would be cool for 4th grade? I am thinking that on the back, all the students could have students names/signatures screenprinted onto the shirt. However I am stuck with the front. Our school's mascot is the bear, and my last name is Sharp. Any suggestions?

    Thanks!
    Kari
     
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  3. teacherpippi

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    A few cool ideas I've seen/done:

    Each child draws something (all bears, their faces, etc), you scan it in for the shirt

    Contest w/ a bear and the class votes

    Choose a simple bear design and make it into a grid. Each kid draws part of the grid.
     
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    mys son's class (3rd) had a big 3 with the signatures on the number for the back. Each class had a diff color. and the front just had the school name/logo in the upper left corner.
     
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    My school does a school-wide t-shirt. On the front is the name of the school, and on the back is "Ms. So-and-So's Class" and then all the students' signatures like you were talking about. Everyone, children and adults, absolutely love it.
     
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    Symbols

    What is your Social Studies curriculum in 4th grade? In NC, the curriculum is all about history of the state. We made NC symbol t-shirts for the kids. Each kid drew a symbol and put their name beside it. If there aren't enough for everyone you can start doing things relating to your state!
     
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    t-shirts

    I'm going to scan a class picture to iron-on on the front of the shirt. On the back I am going to print a huge 4 (for 4th). Students will sign their names on the shirts.
     
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    Thanks very much for all of the wonderful ideas! I appreciate all of the ideas!
     
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    That sounds a wonderful idea! Where do you get your t-shirt printed? Who will pay for the t-shirts, school or parents?
     
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    The t-shirts turned out great. I called a local business, and they were able to print the shirts for us. Each shirt cost $5.25, which included one color of writing on both the front and the back, the set-up fee, and the t-shirt. Each student had the option to buy the t-shirt. Out of our 100 4th grade students, we had 75 t-shirts that were bought. Let me know if you need any other information!
     

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