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some very cute ideas for classroom organization by rjn

FREE Editable Chevron Binder Covers--lots of colors for organizing :)

This site has TONS of reasonably priced books. You can get a box of 150+ books for $12.99 plus shipping. It's going to be a great addition to my classroom library!

going to set up a parent communication binder just like this...very organized and helpful

Absolutely one of the best organized classroom's I have seen. **Must Keep**

Challenge capsules for students who finish early. After finishing their daily work, the students can pick one of the capsules and then complete the task inside. Great idea!

love this idea!....Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in order; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable!

Great craftivity for Veteran's Day!

  • Karla Westpfahl

    Cute idea but if you do this make sure you use the word troops not soldiers unless you're only speaking about army. Marines, sailors, and airmen are not soldiers.

  • Nicole Pomerleau

    I'm well aware of that. I didn't make this clearlyyy.

Tales of a Teacherista: Classroom Organization

Newsletters are a fantastic way to keep your parents informed on a weekly or monthly basis. This set includes easy to use newsletters that have bri...

Use baskets as "drawers" in their desks. Students put their pencil pouch and any "loose" tools in there to keep their desk nice and tidy. Why have I never seen this!!!!????

Two filing cabinets back to back with fabric to cover. Magnet board!!!

Amazing website... this woman has thought of EVERYTHING for classroom organization. Pin now, read later!!

This is simple way to call on students when no one is volunteering! Kinda like popsicle sticks, but much more techy! Random Name Selector--kids loved it last year! Also has "group" setting

Research based ideas on how to set up your room