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Fun With Firsties: Command hooks and a tension rod create a super easy anchor chart stand

Fun With Firsties: Snow Day Activities & Holiday Hoopla

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Directions for how to make pocket chart stands for the little Target dollar pocket charts.

Table Top PVC pocket chart stand...

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Frogs in First: Make your own little anchor chart stands to hold important charts from reading or writing workshop. They're a great way for kids to have to access to the charts, especially older charts you're no longer displaying in the classroom.

Frogs in First: "All About Vowels" Anchor/Flip Charts

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this blog post has SO many tips to organize your classroom library

this blog post has SO many tips to organize your classroom library

A MIND-BLOWING CLASSROOM MUST-HAVE . . . AND IT'S FREE :) Getting kids Moving and Grooving

Superhero themed classroom bulletin board. The Hulk!!!

Snowman Slam Game - my kids have been having so much fun with this EASY TO MAKE game {Frugal fun for Winter}

Visual I Can Statements for your classroom. Each poster has an I Can statement and a picture display what that standard looks like. These are great to hang as posters to display that day or week's "I Can" statement, or you can print them smaller to add an "I Can" statement to student math and literacy centers to reflect the skill they are working on. They can also be displayed in a reading, writing, or math small group. Nobody can say you aren't teaching the standards! $

Second Grade Substitute Plans This 'Bag of Tricks' is perfect for SECOND GRADE teachers who need last minute activities for a sub or just some extra activities to get through the day. There are more than enough meaningful and engaging activities than you will need for one day! Keep the extras for another sick day or use them when you return to school to make your day a little easier.

NOW EDITABLE!! You will NEVER have to thumb around your desk and filing cabinets for what you need again! You will already have it in your binder...organized and neatly placed! 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. 232 pages of organization!$

When something is bugging me...ways to deal with anger

At open house parents put their wish for the year in it. I love this idea!