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This clothespin system will help you keep track of who has turned in their homework.

BACK-TO-SCHOOL Art Project~ Students tell about their summer through visual and written details. When they're done, they'll make a great Open House hall display!

Tips, Photos, Forms & Printables! Everything you need to feel prepared and confident for meet the teacher/open house!

Terrific idea for using different words in a student's writing! Make for your writing center or each student can make their own! $0

Homework club - everyone starts off in the homework club. They can continue to stay if they turn their homework in on time. End of the month all students still remaining get lunch with teacher!

A good little Icebreaker during the First Week of School.

STORAGE SOLUTION~ Use masking tape, a hole punch, and a Ziplock bag to create student folders to hold library books and flash cards! Inexpensive, easy, and versatile!

have a permanent graph in place and just change the question...great practice for calendar time. This would be great instead of going through a million post its!

Great idea for a word wall!! Just use a clothespin to hang the words on the ribbon!

Reminders because I ALWAYS forget to remind at the end of class! So smart!

Open House - asking for donations.. Don't be afraid to ask!

List of Free Educational Apps. What a great source of information!

The most amazing common core blog for ALL GRADES!

Level It Books. App that tells you the DRA level just by scanning it!

Color Subtraction Worksheet5

Every teacher will want this binder on their desk! A list of essential items to have in a teacher binder

For all my teacher friends...Recipe for success- first day of school activity. So actually made me tear up when reading the recipe for success! Doing this for sure!

20 websites for elementary teachers

list of 30 procedures to remember to teach at the start of the year. Good list even for veteran teachers.

From the School Supply Addict, a ton of links to teacher's blogs where they show their room set-up. Themes, organization, activity areas, etc. Only go when you have plenty of time! You could spend hours taking notes on all the great ideas that are being shared!