Each colored shelf for different reading levels!
Crazy Shelves!: Crackle bookshelves
NOT JUST FOR ELEMENTARY teachers! There are actually a lot of helpful ideas here for all teachers! Oh, and thanks to buzzfeed for actually being useful instead of just funny!
So cute! Birthday cupcakes made with corrugated border and tissue. Put popsicle stick "candles" in with student names to track birthdays. Visit Teaching Little Miracles Blog for more pics.
tHESE ARE ALL AWESOME SITES FOR KIDS! Literacy Center "I Can" Cards - Laminate as a poster to make it changeable...change the educational websites monthly for center time or indoor recess.
I was given this book by my new principal...a definite must read for ALL teachers, especially Title I Every educator should read this book, it gives insight from a poverty stricken 9-year old in a school setting. It raises issues regarding how educators perceive some childrens' behavior. A very touching story that promotes empathy. "If She Only Knew Me" By Jeff Gray and Heather Thomas
Sub Binder I HATE trying to write down where everything is.... THIS is MUCH easier! (THIS. IS. SO. SMART!)
Oil drip pan from Walmart as a giant magnet board ($12) Genius!
Melt down crayon pieces and pour into glue stick containers to harden. Big crayons that can be twisted up as they are used. BEST IDEA EVER!!
Read to self chairs. It's special, it's something totally different....kids will love it and I'll bet they are SILENT!
Use painter’s tape on a dry erase board for kids to practice their handwriting. | 25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers
This file contains two separate sets of cards that are designed to give students more responsibility of their learning while still allowing the teacher to actively monitor student understanding and learning. The majority of the cards are designed using red, yellow, green, and blue chevron patterns along with a more printer friendly version.