School - Organization
Using traditional board games in the classroom in untraditional ways.
The Very Busy Kindergarten
2nd Grade Stuff: Avoid Stacks of Papers - ORGANIZE!
INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK: 85 BLANK ACCORDION TEMPLATE. These will add to the tools you have to help you make interesting interactive notebooks. All templates come as high resolution PNG images with transparent background as well as editable PowerPoint images as well.
These 78 Blank Pocket Templates will make your interactive notebook more interesting and attractive. Pockets are of various shapes and sizes: envelopes, folders, V-pockets, slanted pockets as well as fun shapes (beaker, mug, heart, flower pot, purse, jean pocket). As a bonus I have created 52 Inserts for you to mix and match with your pockets. Some have been designed for certain pockets. E.g. Key & coin inserts for the Jeans Pocket and worm & flower inserts for the Flower Pot Pocket.
Mrs. Beattie's Classroom: A Celebrity, a Time Warp, and a Neat Idea!
Classroom decor/organization for each day of the week.
Previous pinner wrote: "This is a great way to display student work and utilize the dead space of a window...maybe book recommendations? Looks like it's held up with a curtain rod. Easy to change out by attaching each piece of writing or drawing with a clothespin!"
Three Tiny Tips: use colored dots on desks to call to the carpet, line up. green dots, come collect the paper, etc....
Young Teacher Love: Partner Management Cellphone freebie!! So much fun for students to find partners! FREE!
Organize your classroom library with this book scanner app, which creates a database of all your books. Maybe I need an Iphone
Get your groups in shape with the GROUPS poster and bulletin board set.
Bought these at the Dollar Tree! Now my White Board Cleaners LOVE their job!!! I have to try this out!
This is Mrs. Jump (Deanna Jump) ^ I just found this link (click pinterest.com at bottom) that has a world of pins for her ideas. I feel like I struck gold! pinterest.com/... I'm new to Pinterest and still learning...