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Another pinner said: There is an envelope laminated for each assignment due. I started with ten. I can just write the activity on the envelope and the kids go there to turn it in. Then they check off their name on the back. So I know exactly who didn't turn it in. It also makes things so much easier to grade!

laminated envelope with assignment written on front, checklist of student names on the back. Students turn in their assignment and check off their name on the back

homework bingo - If they turn in their homework for that morning they get to write their name on any square. On friday's I will pull out two bingo chips...and whatever names are on that square they will be able to pick out of the treasure box.  LOVE THIS IDEA!!!

Homework BINGO - When students turn their homework in each morning, they get to write their name on any square. On Friday, teacher pulls out two bingo chips.Whichever names are on that square get to pick out of the treasure box at the end of the day.

Use a cover slip when collecting assignments. Grade the assignment, record the grade on the cover slip, then pass the papers back to students. No alphabetizing papers for the grade book.

Use a cover slip when collecting assignments. Grade the assignment, record the grade on the cover slip, then pass the papers back to students. No alphabetizing papers for the grade book. You can also see at a glance who didn't turn work in.

Save space in your classroom and post objectives on a picture frame or your ELPS

Certificate frames from the dollar store, scrapbook paper, ribbons, and paper. Cute new learning objectives board. Dry erase board ideas for Jen and her room.

Three ring binder turned into a table chart.

Keeping Charts Close

Frame a class list and use a dry erase marker on it whenever you want to mark off names. This could save SO MUCH PAPER AND TIME. I wonder if I could fit four cores worth of students' names on it, or if I'd need multiple frames?

Put a class list (on cute paper, of course) in a picture frame. Use a dry-erase marker to mark students off of a list! Add a line at the top of the page to remind you what it is for. Field trip money, papers signed and returned, etc.

Instead of buying a super expensive rug... she bought a few washable bath mats from Target for the kids to sit on during reading time! So smart!

What I'm Pinning Wednesday!

For Tracy: Class library = Bath mats. Why didn't I think of this? Perfect for reading groups or buddy reading if you want kids in certain places and to stay put!

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