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Things Useful for the Classroom


Things Useful for the Classroom

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Stop cut apples browning in your child’s lunch box by securing with a rubber band.

6 DIY Ways to Make Life Easier - Exciting Channel

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DIY Wine Cork Stamps Lil Blue Boo

DIY Wine Cork Stamps — Lil Blue Boo

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Helps with fine motor skills and learning to write. Especially when you have large motor issues and fine motor issues #cerebral Palsy #therapy #school #specialneeds

VCU OT in Ghana (OCCT 690)

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These are dried out water-based markers. I'm actually turning them into liquid watercolor that paints beautifully. I just fill a clean baby food jar with water, tie about six dry markers with a rubber band, and set them in the top of the jar. I let them sit over night and watercolor is made! " This is a cool way to recycle markers-gonna try this!

Kid's names as Christmas lights to decorate classroom

On the 9th day of Christmas...

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Sidewalk twister- a simple way to keep kids moving, laughing, and having fun!

10 Sidewalk Chalk Ideas That’ll Keep Kids Enterained for Hours

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Glitter stick - make these instead of having little kids use loose glitter. This is so genius.

Teacher Organization

Organize your 'stuff': oodles of pictures of systems teachers use to get their materials organized

Take the cheap backing off of a bookshelf and add pallet boards. It looks cool and it makes the bookshelf sturdier.

Oatmeal Container Fish Tank

Baby wipe containers for treasure chests. What a great idea!

Morning routine schedule

I have always wanted an easy way to create jeopardy!

clothespin schedule to ribbon - easily changed

CLOG-FREE Glue! This will change your life! great tip! must pass on to my elementary teacher friends!

Students work as a class to earn parts for Mr. Potato Head. They earn a class party when he gets put together.

I put an absent folder on my absent student's desk. The students at their table will make sure they get all of the work we do that day put in their folder. I do check their folder at the end of the day and make sure there are not tests or activities that can only be done whole class. Then, when that student returns the next day, they put their folder in their backpack. The instructions to the parents are on the folder.

Tickled Pink: Back to School. I am going to snag all these ideas.

Put magnets on the backs of puzzle pieces. Use for whole class behavior goal!!

Pom-poms on dry erase markers! No more fighting for erasers. Wonder if they will lose the cap?

DIY clean ice pack for my classroom fridge?

Perfect storage bins for the classroom!

*Mrs. Bainbridge's Class*: A "HANDY" Way to Learn About Texture Freebie!