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Teacher Organization With Supply Labels

love this idea, I don't know how many times a day students bring me a pencil or marker that they found on the floor. when someone doesn't have something, go grab from the lost bucket!

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What To Do With Your Old, Dried Out Markers — Artopotamus

This is a great way to get extra use out of markers.

dried out marker container-Teacher also uses this for collecting dried out Sharpie Markers "...because they too can be revitalized using NAIL POLISH REMOVER. Yes! It works! Just soak the tip in a little bit of the nail polish remover and recap the sharpie. Overnight, the liquid refreshes the ink!"

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No More Name Plates - this teacher writes the students names on their desks with sharpie paint pens and when the names need to come off you just cover with an expo dry-erase marker then wipe off with a kleenex and viola! So smart!

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How to get students to follow directions the first time

Tips to help students follow directions so you dont have to repeat yourself a million times!

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37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

Here’s how you keep your markers lasting as long as possible: | 37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

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25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

Glue a pom-pom on the end of a dry-erase marker to create a makeshift eraser. | 25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

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Pre-K Printables

Awesome website run by a teacher. Has free printable materials, the visual discrimination printables are very good for ABA resources. Print, cut, laminate and you're done.

CHAMPS Morning Procedures anchor chart: Come into room quietly; Homework turned in; All class materials on desk; Meeting classroom expectations; Paying attention to speaker; Sharing our thoughts and opinions respectfully!