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Money Library Pockets - With and Without Touch Dots

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Oh my Goodness...this is so fun too! All you need is cheap plastic sunglasses...I got mine at Wal-Mart in the party favor section...6 for $2.00. Add sticker dots to each lens and Boom...easy peasy addition plus it's super FUN!

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Pumpkin games

Love these great ideas for pumpkin games!

Pumpkin games - NurtureStore

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Mrs. Morrow's Kindergarten: Put words into alphabetical order

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Snow Day Activities & Holiday Hoopla

Command hooks and a tension rod create a super easy anchor chart stand.

For the Teacher

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Getting Organized in Style!

subject drawers

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29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Use shoe racks to create extra shelf space on desks. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

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Adorable "selfies" for their parents to see at conferences or open house

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1st grade Social Studies -Neighborhood Unit!

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Get Gellin and Smellin!

Scented gels - homemade gift from a child

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Minions Preschool Welcome Bulletin Board Stealing this idea for the next board I do! Be a minion for box tops! LOL

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Stick a lock through the holes on the end of electrical plugs when your kids get grounded. It saves you from having to physically remove items from their rooms. Freaking brilliant.

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daily objective dry erase

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Classroom Management: You’ll need a red, green, and yellow cup for this activity. Stack the red, yellow, and green cups in that order and place them in the middle of a table where students sit. If the group gets loud, remove the green cup and the yellow will be a warning to calm down. If the noise continues remove the yellow cup and they must stop all talking. Could be used in the caf too!

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Do you ever have a student that just needs to get out of the room for a minute and get a new perspective? Give them "The mysterious envelope" to deliver! This is brilliant!

Elementary Teacher Resources, Issue #046 - Behavior Modification

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JACKPOT! someone please tell me if you have used this site before!!! Boxed Children's Books 12.99 a box apprx 150 books Holy jack pot book man!

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All about me bag: beginning of the year

A Love for Teaching: beginning of the year

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Brown Bag Book Club

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Main Idea/ Details Graphic Organizers

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Popsicle stick alphabetizing! Love that it's rearrange-able!

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This lady is awesome! She has a table of procedures that you should go through the first days of school.

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First day of school! Students receive play dough and a writing paper. They make something from the play dough and write about it while the teacher is managing the details of the first day. Great idea!

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Top Tips for the First Days of School (Grades 1-5)

Top Tips for the First Days of School. Some of these are really good, even for secondary. Loved these activities! For teachers.

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Whoa--gotta share this with my teachers! Tracking students' reading levels. Love this!

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