Wicked Fun in First Grade How to use Reading A-Z books in your classroom library. After you fold the pages and cut the laminating, (only laminate the cover) you staple the books together. Then,Duct tape!!! Different colored tape for different levels! One day...
Great idea for storing paper. Cardboard magazine boxes from Ikea
Tracking Class Goals "TEAM" theme
Students Center and Data Wall. Great ideas for a new school year.
Keep guided reading (or other) groups straight by labeling boxes with coordinating duct tape to match students' folders!
teacher desk organization @Allison Rice imagine this black and yellow
what a great writing center!
Cover sheet and recording sheets for student data. Guided reading, reading/writing conferences, reading levels.
Love this idea!!
On my to-do list to make... student "offices" that contain writing anchor charts (ideas for topics, steps in the process, editing checklist, transition ideas, mini-thesaurus for commonly used words, maybe even a sight word list for spelling help). Made with manila folders. Student's name on outside and stored in a central place in the classroom - not crammed in the desks! :)
monthly center storage drawers...love this idea!!!
ScootPad provides personalized common core learning in math & ELA for your classroom. Teacher accounts are free, track progress, analyze data & assessments, students can access from anywhere, COPPA & FERPA compliant.
Ten Pin Linky: Class Decor
print rubrics on sticky labels - duh, brilliant!
4th grade classroom completes an assignment in which they portray the lives of Colonial people traveling on the Mayflower. Students wrote journal entries and acted a play about this event in history. These activities meet several standards including social studies standards, listening and speaking standards as well as writing standards. This particulary meets the standard, SS.4. Colonial and Revolutionary Periods and SS.4 Social Migration.
new student packs
A paper towel holder with page protectors attached by binder rings. Classroom reference for a substitute? How about an easy access dictionary for a writing center (Add reference tabs for each letter of the alphabet)? What about a place to display student work?
cute board for craft supplies.
Classroom DIY: DIY Classroom Pocket Chair Covers
Teaching With Style crate seats
Teacher Binder/ LOVE THIS LADY! I wish I was this organized!
1 c. pasta (per color) + 2 T. rubbing alcohol + 2-3 drops food coloring = colored pasta beads
Vocabulator - cool idea for kids to engage in words. Google Vocabulator, Melissa Forney to get pdf directions
Classroom DIY: DIY Hanging File Folders