Wednesday, October 17, 2012

How many of you have been in the middle of teaching a great lesson when all of a sudden a student needs a Band-Aid?  I have always guarded my Band-Aids because they are scarce at our school.  Our school nurse gives about ten to start the year.  Well, I don't have to tell you how fast ten Band-Aids go!  So, I decided to make a Band-aid box.  I went to Michael's and bought a little white treat box for $1.99. (found in the gift wrapping section) Next, I went to Wal-Mart and bought a big box of cheap Band-Aids.  Finally, I made this sign and glued it to the box using a can of spray adhesive.  When school started, we went over the guidelines for using The Band-Aid Box.  Let me tell you, it has been a life saver.  Get yours today at our Teacher Notebook Store.



  1. That is so true! I want to tell them at times that since they aren't bleeding they don't NEED a band-aid but then I remember how a band-aid fixes everything! =)

    We have our band-aids in a We Care Bag that holds other things that can help a kiddo when they are feeling mad or sad.

    Your blog design is adorable! =)

    I am happy to be your newest follower. If you get the chance, I would love for you to hop over and visit me. =)

    Heather's Heart

  2. Thanks, Heather! We are excited to join the world of blogging. I will stop by and visit your blog. Thanks so much for stopping by. ~Beth