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(School) Ideas for school!


(School) Ideas for school!

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Easiest school birthday treat ever! Fill the cup with candy, add the gift shred for "whipped cream", punch a hole in the lid for the pencil "straw" and add the "cherry" through the large hole already in the lid. Add a label, stickers, etc. to decorate as you wish!OMG USING THIS IDEA

Second Grade Chatter: Classroom Reveal and Monday Made It

top ten ways to become a better reader

Put a jewel on student's work when they use "sparkling vocabulary"

Heck Yes! This is awesome!!!!

Brag Boards....How can you make other's feel special either in your school or classroom?

It's not inquiry if...

Create letters for your bulletin board using 8 1/2 x 11 inch scrapbook paper that is placed on the landscape setting in Microsoft Publisher. You can use Word Art to make fancy letters, or use the fonts available in the program. I print them as “outline with no fill color” and feed the scrapbook paper through my printer. (Classroom Scissors)

I love this quote!

Thousands of songs to use in lesson plans, sorted by artist and subject

Weekly calendar. Frame from walmart. Designed each frame with scrapbook supplies, then use dry erase marker on the glass.

-Sharpie marker on wax paper looks like stained glass.

Hot/cold packs Tutorial - maybe I should make some for school...

kandinsky trees

The Silver Lining: Monday Made It - She used duct tape and folders to create this - didn't need to buy another pocket chart!

Cute site for classroom decorations

A whole website dedicated to bulletin board ideas. So cute!!

Curtains on tension rods below the table...oh so smart!

Scrapebook paper covered clipboards from Fun in 1st Grade

TONS of Post-It activities. Love me some Post-Its.

foldables for every content area!

Author's chair.....Share chair!!!

80+ Google Forms for the Classroom | edte.ch What a great idea!!

MUST DO! Daily objectives written with dry erase marker on dollar store frames.

MUST DO! Daily objectives written with dry erase marker on dollar store frames.