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    How clever! (for school)


    How clever! (for school)

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    use a tension rod, command hooks, and binder rings to hang your anchor charts or use s-hooks to hold packets bound by binder rings.

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    a Buddy Bench is a designated seating area where students feeling lonely or upset can seek camaraderie

    2nd-Grader Finds Adorable Cure For Playground Loneliness

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    Make your own small anchor chart stands to hold important charts for guided reading! Useful for any grade!

    Frogs in First: "All About Vowels" Anchor/Flip Charts

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    To restore dry erase boards that are hard to erase: spray a clean board with WD-40, wipe dry with paper towels. The WD-40 fills in the dried pores of the board that hold in marker ink, making it easier to erase. Worth a try!

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    using crystal light containers for grab & go crayons, markers, & colored pencils

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    Oh My Lord.. why didn't they teach me this in keyboarding class in the 7th grade.

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    Quiet Dice in Action (A basket, some felt, a hot glue gun .... no more dice noise!)

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    When kids are pulled for speech, OT, reading groups, etc., they put the cup on their desk to say they are out of the room. It makes it easy to glance around the room and see who has been pulled.

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    Pool noodles as giant base ten manipulatives. Great idea!

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    Covering a filing cabinet or bookcase in your classroom? Use contact paper, but then really add the pro touch by edging with washi tape!

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    Clog Free Glue

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    Go to Office Max to cut composition notebooks in half.

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    Use rings to attach small baskets to crates! Great idea!

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    envelope for notebooks

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    Hidden Compartment in Keyboard

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    Timeouts and Tootsie Rolls: No More Name Plates---gotta try this!

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    teach a child to tie their shoes using a jump rope so they can see a larger view of what is happening.

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    Inexpensive Toddler Proof Door Stopper - use a pool noodle! Or, to keep classroom door open so kids can come & go, but door is locked for security reasons. Need to be safe quickly? Pull off the noodle & go into lockdown.

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    This really does work -- It does wonders! Fidgety Kids-having kids sit on an exercise ball improves their attention and focus.

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    The Letter Box: cut out letters from food boxes before recycling them. WORD WORK

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    Take your cup and place an empty toilet paper roll inside. Now place your popsicle sticks inside the roll. Now you can pull from inside the roll. After you call the student, place their popsicle stick on the outside of the roll. * If there was a student that you think you might want to call on again just place them back inside the roll. Now students won't know who you're going to call on. They'll just think you're putting all the names back into the cup! So brilliant!

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    ha, brilliant!

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    Meeting Sensory Needs For Kids with Autism/Asperger's- Use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

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    Introducing.... THE GLUE SPONGE! You just cut a sponge to fit in a container, pour glue it, and the kids can just press their little cut-up pieces of paper on it. No more globby glue puddles! SAY WHAT?

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