The Great Pencil Challenge - Easy Teaching Tools
I've got a challenge for you and your class that will teach your students to value their materials while saving you money on pencils. The Great Pencil Challenge has been a life saver in our classroom this year! Click through to learn how you can use this in your elementary classroom to keep students on task and getting the most out of your class time! #ClassroomOrganization #TeacherHacks #TeacherTips #Elementary
Messy Classroom Desk Solution - Easy Teaching Tools
Are messy desks driving you crazy in your classroom? I've got 3 messy desk solutions you can use tomorrow! One tip is to pick a secret students to reward each day, but there are two more tips included in the blog post. Click through to see them now! #CleanClassroom #Elementary
Messy Classroom Desk Solution - Easy Teaching Tools
Are messy desks driving you crazy in your classroom? I've got 3 messy desk solutions you can use tomorrow! One of the tips involves a clipboard, but you'll have to click through to see the other two #teachertips. Get a clean classroom, starting today! #TeacherHacks #Elementary
My Favorite Teaching Supplies I Can't Live Without to Get Organized - Easy Teaching Tools
Organize student work with magnetic pockets! Have 5 spelling groups like I do? Don’t stress about organizing all of the lists, just place them in these pockets. Click through to see the other four #teacherorganization hacks I can't live without! #TeacherTips #TeacherHacks #Elementary
I have a Pinterest Classroom - Easy Teaching Tools
I'm sharing 8 reasons why I have a Pinterest-worthy classroom. Does it make me a better teacher? Absolutely not! Does it make me happy? Of course! Click through to see if having a "Pinterest worthy classroom" is something you strive for. Or - read the opposing viewpoint on why it's ok to NOT have a Pinterest-worthy room. Either way - you can be a great teacher. Click to learn more! #RealTeachers #Teacher #Teaching
Elementary Station Organization Tips
Setup and organize your math and reading centers with the tips shared by The Simply Organized Teacher. Learn how to store math center materials that are not being used as well as how to organize reading station materials for ease of access.
Flexible Seating Storage - Easy Teaching Tools
When I fully embarked on the flexible seating journey last year, I wasn't sure where my students would store all of their stuff. Where will their books go, notebooks, and supplies? Was I going to do community supplies, individual supplies, or a mix of both? See what worked and didn't in our class as we tried our different flexible seating storage. This is a great post for anyone thinking about implementing or currently struggling with #FlexibleSeating in their #elementary classroom!
Make your Classroom Morning Routine EASY
Do you want to make your classroom morning routine easy? I've got a few things that I've implemented over the years that help make our classroom morning routine easy. Click through to see how you can effectively use this in your elementary classroom with your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade students. It's great to keep things running smoothly, avoiding classroom management or behavior issues, and keeping things oganized. #MorningRoutine #ClassroomManagement #Elementary
Teacher Organization Tips: How to Conquer Your Messy Classroom
Need teacher organization ideas? It's all here for you! In this post, you'll find out how I organize my teacher life, including grades, papers, students' supplies, and more!
11 Classroom Hacks that Help Keep Students and the Classroom Organized | The TpT Blog
I want to share some of my classroom hacks that you can use tomorrow in your classroom.
Classroom Hacks You Can Use Tomorrow in your Classroom
I want to share some of my classroom hacks that you can use tomorrow in your classroom. Click through to see how I use table points, sit spots, organization tricks, copy clips, a turn in basket, cubbies, classroom jobs, differentiation, a focus board, AND MORE! Check out all the ideas now to help your elementary classroom run more smoothly. #ClassroomOrganization #TeacherHacks #TeacherTips #TeacherTricks #Elementary
Easy Ikea Bench Tutorial - Easy Teaching Tools
Check out this DIY easy IKEA bench tutorial. It was fairly simple and a favorite spot in our classroom all year. You'll need a few basic supplies and a little elbow grease, but then this spot is sure to be a favorite in the elementary classroom! Click through to learn all about how to make this great flexible seating or storage option for your reading corner or any spot in the classroom today! #Elementary #FlexibleSeating #BenchTutorial #TeacherDIY
Communication Tips Before Parent Teacher Conferences
Do you have parent conferences coming up and you need parent teacher conference forms, parent teacher conference ideas, or parent teacher conference tips? Use these simple parent conference ideas. #parentconference #parentteacherconferenceideas #parentconferenceforms #goalsettingconference #parentteacherconference
Organize math centers in your classroom - Easy Teaching Tools
I created a Math Station area where all of our manipulatives, tools, & games are stored. It's great because when students are finished in my class, they know to leave the assignment on their desk since we'll be grading it together as a class, and go work on something from the Math Station. If you have everything set up, they grab what they need. Many great pictures & ideas included here! Click through if you teach Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade. #MathCenters #MathOrganization
How do you level your classroom library? - Easy Teaching Tools
How do you level your classroom library? Click through to learn what options you have. Consider organizing by genre or by Lexile. Then see ideas for supplies to consider, how to ask for help, using book leveling apps, how to handle books without a level, setting up your library, and getting your students excited. Any elementary classroom, Title I, or special education teacher needs to read this post. You'll finally get your classroom library organized to meet your dreams! #ClassroomLibrary
Editable Class List perfect for grading
This editable class list is perfect for checking off student homework, assignments, and is the perfect tool for grading for 20, 24, 30, or 36 students. Click through to see how you can set this up, print, and make it work TODAY in your Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade elementary classroom. Get for checklists and classroom organization! #ClassroomOrganization #Grading #TeacherOrganization