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The Four Part Apology; how to help your students learn to apologize.

Early Finisher Task Cards Holder: I am so doing this over Christmas!!!!!! I am sick of my boxes.

Koonce's Korner: Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures- My Top Five!

Kagan Structure materials {freebies} Kagan is awesome! Literally just went to the training, highly recommend to other teachers!

I thought that this was a unique way to organize assignments that are turned in along with what needs to be copied and filed. Not only is it super creative but it also keeps your desk from becoming a black hole of papers that I have seen while volunteering in an elementary school classroom. ~Laura Wilson

Classroom Organizing Tips- keep teacher binder like the students so you can replicate it when new students arrive. New student packet

reading bulletin board with: question(?) of the week, genre, story element, vocabulary, amazing words

I do not think this can be any cuter!!! OMG!!! Idea for decorating the corner of your bulletin board- or even your white board!!!

Chalk paint on old Filing Cabinet - upcycle, recycle, redo, redecorate, organize DIY home decorations office furniture.

She has some FANTASTIC ideas here on organizing your classroom.

end of the year student gifts - love!! Students create adjectives to describe each of their classmates. Then the teacher creates a document (that is framed) to give the students at the end of the year!

My 2nd graders made these adorable "selfies" for their parents to see at conferences. Needless to say, they were a hit!

Interactive reading board! Each student will fill their cup with books they read in and out of school throughout the year! I used paint sample slips from a local hardware store! Thank you! Students can check out their peer cups for ideas and we will total books read by class at end of each trimester! Fill your cup with knowledge!

Bulletin Boards, Classroom Doors and Part 3. Instead of changing your door all the time, have the write something they learned that week.