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100 ways to show the 7 Habits...maybe next 100th day! Not enough time for tomorrow.

Hang things on the wall using painter tape and hot glue. Place painter tape first and then hot glue wherever you need it to go. It'll come right off at the end of the year.

Put a To Do list on the side of your lesson plans with everything you need to get ready EVERY week-- love this idea! {free Microsoft Word lesson plan template}

Chevron Motivational Posters. Use to decorate your bulletin board or walls. Each posters has a motivational saying to encourage your students to always do their best. $

Instead of using popsicle stick, use clothespins! Once you've called that friend... clip it onto the bucket! I like this idea for calling on kids to answer questions-- so that you don't choose the same kids all the time

Peace, Love, and First Grade: Let's Party-Part 2

Parent Teacher Conferences can't get any easier! Quick and thorough checklist to give parents for a snapshot of their students progress, behavior and classroom readiness.

Parent Teacher Conference Student Summary

Time to Reorganize: Tips From Two Teachers -- Come get inspired to reorganize your space!

Tuesday Teacher Tips: Documentation ~ Tips and Tricks for new teachers on how to organize all your data for different classes / different subjects with colored binders. Including a binder label #Freebie

Genius ~ Take pictures of anchor charts and run copies to put in notebooks for kids to respond to.

Life in 4B...: Thoughtful Logs

Great way to take attendance especially if you have kids who go to speech, resource, OT, gifted, etc first thing in the morning. Got it from Scholastic's "Classroom Management in Pictures".

Lesson Plan Book. Pinning this now, look at closer later. This teacher is brilliant!

Classroom break area. Every room should have one. Sometimes children just need a break!

Always a good little tibit to know when planning your special day or any day. Color Meanings / The Psychology of Color

are your color choices sending the right message?