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  • Bryn Busby Tucker

    I might have already pinned this . . . if I did, I guess it's worth pinning again. :) Tabletop organizer, with the following tabs: to copy, to do, to file, to send home, next week. Weekly lesson plans hang in the front.

  • Janelle E

    Teacher desk organization. Love this suspension file system on the desk for go to documents: lesson plans on the outside

  • Adrianne Sizemore

    Classroom organization. Love the rings for the weekly lesson plans.

  • Emily Hammett

    Teacher's Desk Organization Idea

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This file bin could be a great way to keep you organized and prevent papers from being scattered all over your desk. As a busy teacher already, you would have to keep up with this to keep your bin from overflowing, causing an even bigger unorganized mess.

Another solution for preventing piles on your teacher desk. ...I'm a piler, even though piles drive me insane!

Could be for class/home work. Put copies of what you did for that day so that if they lose something or were absent its right there.

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My book boxes are: (Top Row) Colors/Beginning of School, Families, Pets, Winter/Polar Animals, Forest Animals, Farm; (2nd Row from Top) Christmas, Fairy Tales, Transportation, Community Helpers, Plants/Pond Animals, Ocean; (3rd Row from Top) Dinosaurs, Safari Animals, Rainforest Animals, Bugs, Halloween/Pumpkins, Holidays (Thanksgiving/Valentines/St. Patrick’s); (Bottom Row) Misc., Misc., ABC, Science, Math, Music.

Organize your copies for the week. When I first saw this, I thought it looked like the Harry Potter font. So...I think I want to write the days of the week in that font. Either that or paint the set to look like the TARDIS.

I like how big and bold these times are shown. For a sub, this would be really easy to see when to get the kids ready for leaving the room.

Weekly Activity/Project Organizer for teachers! (we covered the fronts of the drawers with scrapbook paper and labeled each drawer)