So I'm obsessed with clip art. It's a problem. I love it so much--I think cute clip art makes things more fun to teach and more fun to learn!
2. I am going to make an effort on all future documents to put from where I purchased the clip art so you can go buy it if you want!
3. Thus far, I've only purchased clip art from Scrappin Doodles and Lettering Delights so if you see something you like it's from one of these two!
4. Last but not least, if you see that something I've done is not what I should be doing in terms of giving credit/proper use of clip art, please let me know! I actually have held back on posting lots of things, because I get nervous about any type of misuse of clipart and/or fonts since that's not my intention at all!
Thanks for reading my laundry list of comments about clip art! I'm going to try to post more here (and use more clip art in my work!) to share what I'm creating for our classroom.
P.S. FYI the clip art used in the non-fiction writing checklist=from Lettering Delights. The clip art in the "When I feel done, I can..." and the octopus in the writing checlist=from google.