19 Inexpensive DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

Keep your flash cards in soap holders. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Keep your flash cards in soap holders. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Critical Thinking and Teamwork activities this activity could be very useful to get students thinking especially after lunch times

Critical Thinking and Teamwork activities this activity could be very useful to get students thinking especially after lunch times

Use an old CD binder to store die-cut letters. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Use an old CD binder to store die-cut letters. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Stay on top of the paper trail with labeled binder clips. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Stay on top of the paper trail with labeled binder clips. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Hot glue tacks onto clothespins for an easy way to interchange artwork or anchor charts on a bulletin board. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

Hot glue tacks onto clothespins for an easy way to interchange artwork or anchor charts on a bulletin board. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

This is one of my all-time favorite art and writing projects used to help celebrate the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior. After tracing their hands and part of the forearm onto light blue paper, students fill the piece with pen and ink designs. Cool colors are added with fine markers. Poetry beginning with the words, "Peace is in my hands" then flows around the outline.

This is one of my all-time favorite art and writing projects used to help celebrate the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior. After tracing their hands and part of the forearm onto light blue paper, students fill the piece with pen and ink designs. Cool colors are added with fine markers. Poetry beginning with the words, "Peace is in my hands" then flows around the outline.

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