29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers
25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers
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Another pinner said: There is an envelope laminated for each assignment due. I started with ten. I can just write the activity on the envelope and the kids go there to turn it in. Then they check off their name on the back. So I know exactly who didn't turn it in. It also makes things so much easier to grade!
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Love this organizational idea...store bulletin board border in frosting containers, then use a scrap of it to place on the outside. Time to start asking around for used frosting containers!
Put student's names on the back of YOUR nametag so that you won't have to worry about finding the list during something like a firedrill. Most brillian idea ever.
Back to School: Homework Caddy Tutorial - Popsicle Blog
*Teaching Maddeness*: Monster-ously New Mini-Offices
FREE - frame, frames, tags, doodle tags, bracket, bracket tags, journal frames, digital scrapbook, digiscrap
Splish! Splash! Ms. Lander's Second Grade Class
I LOVE THIS IDEA! duct tape and folders to create this - don't need to buy another pocket chart!
The Silver Lining: Monday Made It
Chalkboard Labels for food or place settings. Here's what you need: mini chalk boards (or you can use small pieces of wood that you paint one side with chalkboard paint) Cover the chalkboard with painters tape for painting wooden wheels (or wooded thread spools would work too!) a dowel that will fit into the hole of the wheel...cut into equal sized pieces. paint hot glue
Little Bit Funky: 20 minute crafter-place settings/food labels
Cardboard and yarn. Cheaper than buying the wood letters and Great for classroom display of letters or as a visual when teaching the alphabet.