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Use a wine rack and plastic cups to store markers. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

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Have you heard of GoNoodle Brain Breaks? You MUST check it out!! Learn more at Mrs. Beattie's Classroom!

Long list of books for the elementary music classroom

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12 Amazing Engineering Projects for Kids + $1500 Giveaway

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This is one of THREE themes that I have made for my ULTIMATE Teacher Binder! You will NEVER have to thumb around your desk and filing cabinets for what you need! After teaching for 6+ years, I finally did it and I'm super proud of it! I spoke to several of my fellow educators and found out what they needed at their fingertips and this is what I came up with. 92 pages of organization!

FREE Setting Expectations for Group Work Activity~ This idea is a great first project for group work of any kind. Students attach strings to a rubber band which is then used to manipulate Solo cups from one configuration to another. Students soon learn the importance of cooperation. Love the hands-on aspect and simplicity of the idea!

Made this old directional sign with fictional places for a dear friend who teaches high school English. I love the way it turned out! #highschool #english #classroom #decor

These Home Depot aprons are only 77 cents and make for great desk organizers when tied around a chair. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

This is the best idea ever!! The Great Pencil Challenge (managing pencils!) I will be doing this next year!!

Paint colored shelves to signify different reading levels. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Gifted Education. (I used to make these in ABLES in elementary school. The best class every week!)

Hinkity Pinkities have long been staples in gifted education with good reason. These riddles with rhyming answers help students learn to interpret data, make inferences, draw conclusions, and analyze new information. Better yet, they are tons of fun! $

Breathing exercise for when they get too rowdy

Teach with Love - A great teaching blog. I love her brain break video clips!...If you play these vids you will easily be the coolest teacher in the building!