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organize construction paper in plastic files. Keep scraps in the green hanging folders that separate the colors. Crates also work. This makes them stackable and portable and easily used by students. No more mess and damaged paper! Great idea!

Getting to the Core

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GREAT idea for homework organization---or any work that needs to be turned in! You can quickly see who is missing their work!

2nd Grade Stuff: Managing Your Turn-In Tray Using Clothespins

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instead of handing back papers all the time, great way to reinforce student responsibility...

I like the different binders in the letter organizer instead of trying to keep up with one gigantic binder.

Task Card Corner: Task Card Storage & Organization

Interactive Notebook Planning Sheets FREEBIE

Interactive Notebook Planning Sheets FREEBIE |

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Love this...much better than taking up som much space with the Rubbermaid drawers for each child! File crate with each student's name on it. File work for them to do when they are "done" that is differentiated. you can also put work in there that they need extra practice with. I'm thinking big YES!! :)

muffin tins and cups for table supplies 1 for pencils, 1 for scissors, 1 for markers, 1 for rulers...just not sure 2 cups would work for crayons

9 Cool Storage Solutions for Arts & Crafts Clutter

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"wallets" from folders

This clip chart is a fun, cute way for you and your students to track AR Points and goals for Accelerated Reader! This comes with many different p...

UPDATED for the 2013-2014 school year!! This FREE colorful month-by-month calendar can easily be printed to add to your lesson plan binder!! I hope you find this organizational tool use...

multiple class lists printed for use as needed...who turned in field trip money, etc

Easy Task Card Storage without the Laminating

$ This Teacher Planner contains four Common Core planning sheets that can be used at all levels of elementary school!

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Common Core State Standards Checklists for the Classroom

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January Teacher Expenses {Freebie}

Creating individual student data folders - Great for parent conferences and when goal setting with students!

Thats So Second Grade!: Common Core Organization AND links to lots of common core assesments and activities for 2nd grade!

work boxes, have one for each student, when they finish their work they can go to their work box and pull out things to work on that the teacher has placed in there. (lets the teacher assign different things for the student/if they need extra practice in an area) - DIFFERENTIATION!

Free Homeschool Workbox Planners & Tags

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homemade drying rack for kids art... could also be used for lots of homeschool organization (paint or decoupage the outside)

No More Name Plates!

Timeouts and Tootsie Rolls: No More Name Plates

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This is for you, FA. Put class list in a frame to easily mark and erase. It would be cool to add a line at the top where you could write what you're checking off such as "Field Trip Money." Or just slide it in a sheet protector, so I'm not always re-printing.

new marker caddies for my classroom...old cans, scrapbook papers and some mod padge and wallah.... #modpodge #cans #ecoart #upcycle #art #diy #craft #rainbow

Gallon Ziploc bags, Duck tape, and lots of patience... A quilt! Students' work slide in the back. You won't see where it says Ziploc because that is on the back side!"

Easy and adorable No Name board. Clip papers that don't have names on them to the board and have students go check there instead of spending your time trying to figure out who they belong to!