Organization


Organization

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I'm intrigued by these individual student data folders...could act as a portfolio and give students more ownership... It says 1st grade, but could be adapted to any grade :)

Welcome to First Grade Room 5: Data Folders

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Each divider/tab is a different Common Core Standard. Put printables in sheet projectors and pop it into the right section/standard in the binder. Who knew that the 26 tabs from Avery would be a PERFECT fit?

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Common Core Binder

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How smart is this lady!! I'm totally doing this! Have a folder for each standard and then put activities, notes, and games into each folder!

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Common Core standards as magnets - makes for an easy and organized display of standards

Little Lovely Leaders: Classroom Reveal!

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Here's a good post on exit slip organization. This goes beyond collecting them to how to analyze and use them.

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Baby Wipe Container as Yarn Holder

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GREAT IDEA: The Wall of Remediation. Each folder contains multiple copies of a worksheet students use to practice a particular skill. Early finishers select a worksheet for the skill they need to practice. Click through and read the blog. He's great!

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A bunch of fun timers for the classroom. Maybe this will speed up the clean-up process

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Swimming Timer

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Objectives Board!

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This is a guide to organizing your classroom.

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Paper bags with kids names on them, and supply list stapled on for keeping track of the supplies the kids bring in.

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instead of handing back papers all the time. Love this idea!

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So easy - why did I never think of this?

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Teach Bake Love: No Homework Binder

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Classroom Freebies Too: Parent-Teacher Communication Log

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Cut a file folder into strips. The shorter the attention span, the smaller you will cut the strips. I cut this one into 3 parts. Students open 1 flap at a time and always begin at the top and work their way down. Students complete the work that they can see when a flap is open. This is brilliant!

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Wish I had thought of this...Duh! Procedures Power Point for beginning / start of year - This keeps the teacher on track when going over all the procedures with the kiddos! You don’t have to do them all in one day, it’s just a solid guide. Get it FREE from this blog!

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An Educator's Life: Rewards Made Easy

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Keeping pictures of your anchor charts in a binder! Then the kids can reference them without them hanging all over the room.

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Clip onto mailboxes

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