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use address labels, clipboard, and large index cards. Write your notes on the address labels as you walk around and observe. Later, stick them onto the child's index card. Quick and easy! Then, during parent/teacher conferences, just pull out the note card and share your observations.

Spotted in First Grade: Favorite Pins...Classroom Organization

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15 iPad Skills Every Teacher and Student Should Have

Editable Teacher Binder in chevron! 202 pages to choose from in order to get completely organized!

GREAT guided reading website! So many ideas! Blank running records pages, guided reading binder inserts and much ,much ,more!

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The Reading Corner: classroom design

Classroom Organization 102 | The Teaching Excellence Program

End of the year poem to your kids

Interesting idea!! A secret student is randomly selected and the teacher monitors that student for the day. If the student does well, he/she is recognized and is rewarded. If he/she does not do well, the student is not named and the teacher just tells the class that the secret student did not have a good day but tomorrow will be a better day.

work boxes, have one for each student, when they finish their work they can go to their work box and pull out things to work on that the teacher has placed in there. (lets the teacher assign different things for the student/if they need extra practice in an area) - DIFFERENTIATION!

You can never go wrong with lots of labels - love the white font on black. Looks sharp!

Top Tips for the First Days of School. Some of these are really good, even for secondary. Loved these activities! For teachers.

Open House - asking for donations.. I love this idea!

SMARTboard (ease into first day of school) "First Day of School! First Day of School!" Even high schoolers would love this!

Fun rewards without using candy!

No Homework Binder, great idea for accountability STARTING THIS ASAP!!

Top Ten Teacher Time-Savers...Pinner says imagine leaving school while it is still light outside...it can happen. Since I had children of my own, I had to figure out some ways to organize my classroom so I am no longer spending hours upon hours after school preparing lesson plans, making copies, grading, and even cleaning up. This post is my favorite ten tips to keeping a classroom organized so teachers can actually spend some time during the school week outside of their classroom :)

Principal requiring you and your students to TRACK DATA??!! See how this teacher created and implemented data binders for her students to track their OWN learning!!$

Laminate and velcro name tags to desk instead of taping them. Lasts all year and easy to switch out!

Set up classroom transitions to music that happen automatically. Keeps you on time while also providing fun transitions for students!

101 Websites That Every Elementary Teacher (And mom!) Should Know About

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