I don’t know about you, but I love summertime for doing projects! Whether they are home improvement or a DIY craft adventure, summer seems to be the only time of year I actually get around to trying the things I’ve been saving on Pinterest all year. One of the things that I see other teachers using that seems super fun is their Cricut! I thought it would be a great time to share a bunch of Cricut Project Ideas for Spanish Teachers to share some inspiration in case you want to add any of them to your summer list!
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@profebreezy shared this super cute picture of this AMOR t-shirt she made! She says she made it using an SVG she got on Etsy from TheSmallHouseShop. Love it!
Lisa McFadden Garrison (@lisitamcfadden) shared this adorable project and said, “I made these with my Cricut and dropped them off in my students’ doorstep so we could have coffee together during our Google Meet classes for remote learning. I included a coffee pod and Hershey’s Hugs with some Smarties. I had a small class and during normal school we would do coffee and treats on some Fridays after a long week. This gave us a chance to do something special together at a distance.” So sweet, and such a great way to stay connected with students during distance learning!
Lindsy Clark decorated the hallway for her whole world language department by creating these wall decorations in the languages taught in her school!
Sara Gilliland made these amazing Frida studs! She said they’re out of printable shrink plastic sheets. I had no idea you could do something like this with a Cricut! They would go right along with any gift for a Frida loving friend!
Larisa Roney Soules said she has been spending some of her summer making masks with her school logo on them. Check out how she included her school colors!
Do you have a Cricut? What kinds of projects have you done?
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