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Ideas for setting up anchor-chart friendly bulletin boards!

Ms. Lilypad's Littles: Making the Most of Bulletin Boards

Got this idea from a friend. I thought that my second graders would enjoy playing this game on the first day of school. Needless to say...

Would be cool to adapt this for Mathematician of the Month

Follow The Teacher Garden

Crate seats for my guided reading table.

Classroom Set-up and Decor

Glitzy In 1st Grade: 2012/13 Classroom Decor

Kids make a chain every time they see or do an act of kindness. I think this would be great to write different acts of kindness that they have seen or done and then make a tree with them and put it on the door!

Incredible door idea using a superhero theme of the incredibles

Library Displays: Reading is Out of this World

Library Displays: Reading is Out of this World

Welcome Back to School Classroom Door Decoration or Bulletin Board Idea

Back to School Classroom Door

Nice!! Making cloth "bulletin boards" straight onto my cinderblock classroom walls.

What Happens in First Grade

1. Take a strip of Velcro and attach it to a wall. + 2. Apply little bits to the back of Boomwhackers. = instant wall storage. How I have never thought of this????

The motherload of classroom decor ideas!

Freebielicious: Spring Break Writing!

paint a canvas the colors you choose...put the sticker letters where you want...paint it all black...and then peel the stickers off.

Recycling plastic caps into a classroom project- in this case, creating beautiful strings of 'raindrops' out of caps that normally end up in the trash. Make this to create excitement for your weather study.

Manuales: ¡Sol y lluvia!

Tracking our WIGs (wildly important goals) for the leader in me process. A target to keep track of our fluency words per minute and out multiplication fact progress.

Easy How to Make a Lockdown Shade for Your Classroom - KindergartenWorks

Easy How to Make a Lockdown Shade - KindergartenWorks

This classroom scene was a labor of love! Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are" transformed our room during book week and the theme stuck with us until the end of the school year. Our children LOVED this book and could repeat it word for word. My asst teacher is a GREAT artist! All photos are hand drawn!! (Ms. Hutson and Ms. Hartfield Gulfport, Ms) We love our Head Start Center!