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Rainy Days Alphas 3 from AllClipART on TeachersNotebook.com - (1 page) - Rainy Days Alphas 3 - 26 alphas with green circles and yellow letters and rubber effect. Alphas included are: A - Z in upper case.

Glue tacks to clothespins to hang pics on bulletin boards. Makes it SO easy to switch out pictures without damaging them.

GREAT guided reading website! So many ideas! Blank running records pages, guided reading binder inserts and much ,much ,more!

Soak your clothespins in RIT dye to make color-coded clothespins. | 25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

popcorn and note to send home with parents/kids at Meet the Teacher! Why didn't I do this last year when I had my popcorn theme?!

use painter's tape (safely with no residue) on your white board

500+ Creative Lessons to teach almost anything!

Erin Condren Teacher Planner Lesson Plan Template

When I Grow Up: I've seen this done as a bulletin board. Here it is as a photo collage. -tkz

Back To School Activities & Printables at TPT for 1.00. Change to reading related prompts - genre, fav. character, summer reading, goal for year, etc.

Use them at school for the kids.. Very good websites.

Laundry baskets are one way to create discrete learning places for younger children. Stack them up when you're not using them.

WOW! So cute and has white boards and marker stored in each one.

Teacher and Lesson Planner Editable with Common Core SS

Luckeyfrog's Lilypad: classroom organization

This site is FILLED with room set-ups!

organizing idea for kids craft supplies For you scrapbookers, Peanut Butter jars work really well for organizing markers, scissors & punches. We also use them in the shop to sort nuts, bolts, screws, etc. Write on the jar with a sharpie marker or print out a label to make it look professional. Goo-Gone gets the label residue off. Keeps stuff dry and clean and Organized!

Dr. Seuss house. The coolest reading center ever.

I could use those baby food containers? A great way to have students use dice for math without them flying everywhere or getting lost!