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Organization in The Classroom

$Editable Newsletters (now in Powerpoint AND Word) are a fantastic way to keep your parents informed on a weekly or monthly basis. This set include...

screw isle at Home Depot... use them for small toy storage!

A teacher toolbox to store math manipulatives!

brightly colored, fully functional Love this board...made with an oil pan, scrap book paper & duct tape

Fun Editable Monthly newsletters in English. Spanish and PDF versions are also available.

Word work pocket chart organization : "The activities are stored in vinyl zippered pencil pouches and have a color picture showing the activity in the window of each pouch. The kids can easily see how to do the activity and where to put it back. " with link to activities

Pockets made from folders, great organizational tool for all of our educational game pieces. They are compact and travel well. LOVE!

I want to put a shower rod up by the window in my room - great place to hang stuff

Use masking tape and hole punch a ziplock bag into student folders to hold library books and flash cards!

Today's classroom DIY project - Individual white boards. Very quick and easy - 36 folders in under 2 hours.

It's FREE! YAY! :) Included are (approx.) 3.5x3.5 labels for your classroom supply closet. Print on card stock and laminate for classroom organization.

Don't waste time sifting through piles of worksheets - save yourself the headache and create a “master book,” a tool that organizes all your papers and keeps them all in one place. Tackle your mound of papers by sorting through each one, tossing what you don't need and keeping one copy of every important worksheet. Place them in a 3-ring binder with dividers for each month.