This is so ingenious and it eliminates the hazard that a book case poses such as being pulled down/over onto a little one if not secured to the wall. It looks like pinch points exist where the rods sit on the metal holders. Little fingers might be at-risk for an injury. If anyone has used this at home with little ones, I would like to hear your feedback.
This looks like a super easy, shelf-less, way to hold all the kids books. Just dowel rods and curtain-rod holders. Pretty cool, and customizable as tastes change.
If you feel like you are drowning in learning games, and just don't know how to organize them, this site can help!
my own twist on things: daily objective dry erase boards.
EARLY FINISHER ACTIVITIES
The Creative Chalkboard: Classroom Tour Pictures Galore!
Classroom Management Forms from Teach, Learn, & Love on TeachersNotebook.com (9 pages) - A set of 6 forms that help you manage any classroom
I just died a little and went to teacher heaven. The website it links to is AH-MAH-ZING!
Have you ever wondered about the difference between Power Reading Workshop and The Daily 5? In this blog post, Laura Candler compares and contrasts the two programs to highlight the features of both instructional models.
Student Learning and Confidence can Skyrocket by Changing One Approach - Come learn this simple strategy that offers enormous benefits for teachers as well as their students!
Laura Candler's Online File Cabinet with hundreds of free resources!
Teach Junkie: 21 Classroom Organization Labels and Tags - Monday-Friday Lesson Plan Labels
The homeschooling I could do it here!!! Let me tell ya