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Classroom Organization

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During the month of January kiddos are trying to earn marshmallow points for their class. They earn points for making good choices, following the class rules, and going above and beyond in first grade. If the class fills the mug by the end of the month, they earn a hot cocoa party!

The Creative Classroom: January 2012

Laminate and velcro name tags to desk instead of taping them. Lasts all year and easy to switch out!

Elementary Organization: gnarly name plates.

Behavior Punch Card..I like this better than having to give stickers. Hole punching is free! :)

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A photo from @wendy21brown

Instagram Bulletin Board.

Marci Coombs: Instagram Bulletin Board.

Twitter bulletin board

cell phone partners-each child selects 10 names to put on a speed dial number. When you need a partner, teacher calls out a number and they check the speed dial to see who their partner is this time. cute idea

Birthday blooms! The pot starts full at the beginning of the year, then each child is given their pencil on bday

Classroom Facebook - Genius!

Students must highlight their name before turning in their paper.

This is a bulletin board where students can put up anything they are proud of, whether it's a picture, drawing or good grades.

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

no sharpening throughout the day

.cover clothes pins with glitter, put a magnet on the back, and you have an instant way to display things on a board. ALSO...Mod Podge over the top of the glitter and it won't "shed" everywhere

The boxes always get ruined. Love this idea using baby wipe boxes!

Classroom job chart

I like this! Covered cans for colored pencils

Using dollar store soap boxes to organize - card games, crayons, etc. GENIUS!

Dry erase boards made out of picture frames! This would be awesome for a teacher's desk to keep reminders/to do's on. Wouldn't get lost in all the other papers :)

No Name board. Clip papers that dont have names on them to the board and have students go check there instead of spending your time trying to figure out who they belong to!

allow kids to always leave notes, questions, concerns, compliments and thoughts:)

Another pinner said: There is an envelope laminated for each assignment due. I started with ten. I can just write the activity on the envelope and the kids go there to turn it in. Then they check off their name on the back. So I know exactly who didn't turn it in. It also makes things so much easier to grade!

Keeping Track of Anchor Charts: Take a picture, print it and file it in a binder before taking the poster off the wall. Teacher and students can refer to the binder even if the anchor chart isn't on the wall.

Great idea of numbering your shelves/mailboxes without ruining them with stickers/labels - just clip right on and off!

Frosting containers as storage for borders. SO much better than the long cardboard boxes!