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I'm getting rid of my desk this year because I just used my teacher table for everything anyway - this would be perfect for organization!

Try Wall Pop dry erase stickers on a table in your classroom! I use it for spelling work, small group instruction, and math time. They add a pop of color, too!

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Guided Reading Organization Made Easy

A dish drying rack is used as a teacher's folder and pen organizer and LOADS more guided reading ideas.

Love the ideas this teacher has for Accelerated Reader. I know some schools have their own prizes, but if they don't... these are great!

Shut the front door... then...use a tap-it light to show think alouds during your read alouds. Tap the light "on" when you stop reading and discuss what the text makes you think. Helps students to "see" the difference between your reading and your thinking. Could also use to let students know when you are not available, during reading/writing conferences, etc.

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21 Cozy Makeshift Reading Nooks

Fill an inflatable pool with pillows. | 21 Cozy Makeshift Reading Nooks- next year's summer school theme- Under the Sea

Unfinished Work Tip: Worksheets no longer get lost or forgotten with this attractive solution. Give each student a magnetic clip for her desk and have her attach any unfinished work to her clip. Not only will she know where to find the paper to finish it, but it's easy to estimate how many students need to complete an assignment.