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I finally found a cute way to post my objectives!!! Objectives clearly posted for each subject

Tricycles and Triangles: Upper Grade Classroom Decor

Tricycles and Triangles: Upper Grade Classroom Decor

Classroom Decor Pins Linky Party!

Miss Kindergarten: Classroom Decor Pins Linky Party!

Custom Teacher Desk Organizers--use cardboard jewelry boxes and washi tape (I'd use scrapbook paper, way faster than sticking the tape down w/ the patterns lined up)

Classroom Crafting Cuteness!

Looking for a nice Thanksgiving display for your bulletin board or hall? Download the free templates to help make this display.

{Free} Thanksgiving -I am thankful statements

A new way to hang my students work...just some yardsticks, clothespins, gorilla glue, and mounting tape. I love it!

Prayers & Purple Elephants: Yardsticks and Clothespins

I will use these for my Clip Chart in my classroom! Clothespins and Washi Tape!! Love them!

A Kindergarten Life For Me: Monday Made It

Miss Kindergarten organization and lots of links to other blogs!

Hardware organizer from lowes

Great for first year teachers! TONS of great ideas for how to prepare for the first day of school.

Preparing for the 1st Day

Literature Circles - organizational tips and $ packet

First Grade Fairytales: Ten Pin Linky : Classroom Decor & Pinterest = Perfect Combination!

photo of a cute way to decorate the corner of your bulletin board

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Keep guided reading groups straight by labeling boxes with coordinating duct tape to match students' folders!

Other ways to say "said" - a Prof. I had last semester actually did this when she taught high school and the results amazed her! As the school year progresses, you can also use this technique with other words that students tend to abuse in your classroom.

A great way to have students turn in their homework. I don't have enough wall space, so maybe a binder OR hanging file folder?? I'd love to just not do homework....

I like this idea of keeping track of Missing Work in my class. They take their post-it off and attach it to their late work.

Who needs a 6 page syllabus anyway?

Twitter / talkEDtv: Who needs a six-page syllabus ...

Best rules ever!

them's the classroom rules {free download}

This folder has six pockets - one for each period. They are clearly labeled. If a student isn't in class to get their work, I write their name at the top and put it in the correct folder. It is their job to get the late work and make up any missed work.