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    I was tired of my desks looking like a train hit them by the end of each day, so I found a great and cheap way to keep them together.  I use medium and large sized zip ties to keep them together.  I place the zip ties on multiple places on the desks.  It works really well!

    Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Organization

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    lots of classroom management ideas--I'm completely obsessed with this girl's blog

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    Teacher Big Book - cute idea! I think I'll have to do this for my class this year. You have to look at her example. It's really great!

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    Cooperative Group Expectations

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    Free Check off Sheet, 3 different designs

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    Paint samples under a picture frame - use a dry erase marker on the glass.

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    Color sorting Pipe Cleaners: a fine motor activity and practice with colors too!

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    Dr. Seuss bday- vanilla pudding with green food color, Nilla wafer as yolk. Great alternative for kids with egg allergies!

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    Top 10 Pinterest Classroom Ideas

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    Use a spice rack for all those miscellaneous desk items.

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    Good to know and to practice.

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    Google Sites GUIDE for Teachers 2012

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    Teaching a Child To Hold a Pencil... 1. Take a Kleenex and tear it two pieces. 2. Have the child pinch the Kleenex piece in his/her pinky and ring finger, like this. 3. While the child is still pinching the Kleenex in those two fingers, tell him to hold the pencil in the remaining three fingers. 4. Remarkably, as long as the Kleenex is still "occupying" their 4th and 5th fingers, the child will naturally hold the pencil the right way.

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    "No Name" board for holding nameless papers

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    quiet critters-when you decide it is important for students to be quiet pass out quiet critters- take them away from students who talk. At the end of the activity anyone who still has a quiet critter gets a prize, point, whatever you use.

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    A whole bunch of stores with teacher discounts

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    Classroom Coupons-20 Coupons to Reward and Inspire

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    Beyond the grades...: Teacher Binder

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    "Challenge capsules" for students who finish early-- keep those high achievers moving :)

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    Make this and display in classroom

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    LOVE THIS!

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    Makeup work folders. The students are responsible for getting their work if they are absent. If they do not, it will still be in the folder when the parents or administration claim I never gave it to them.

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    For my teacher friends :) A whole bunch of stores with teacher discounts- some I didn't know about

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    Classroom organization ideas

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    Interactive Venn diagram--great idea for hands-on learners!

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