Clothespin schedule to ribbon for easy changes. We love the Poppin' Pattens letters--especially on a black background!

Neat idea! use dvd cases with solid paper for mini "white" boards...everybody gets a glove/sock/etc. for an eraser to store inside the case

Where are we sign

student work display - clothespins with push pins hot glued on back on top of colorful scrapbook paper

I could change this up a bit by using a clothes pin and putting it next to the task we're on for a visual. Great for kids with autism.

Love this Birthday Board -- It feels so personal!! Plus, this site is full of great classroom pictures!!

Center rotation- love the idea of using real classroom pictures. It would probably be helpful to have photos of what they are to DO at the centers too. MUST do something similar before we all go nuts.

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts.... She hot glued clothes pins to the walls so she can clip them and change them easily...how clever!

"The Key to Being a Good Friend" Great elementary lesson + bulletin board idea = killing 2 birds with 1 stone http://www.elementaryschoolcounseling.org/making-and-keeping-friends.html

clothespins + yard stick = art hanger

Easy organization for your papers.

Printable schedule cards with pictures!

Amazing website, with tons of ideas for lifeskills and autism classrooms!!!

Chalkboard Clothespins so cute!

Six classroom questions to start off the school year! We love the use of CTP's Rainbow Stripes border!

This is a great idea!

classroom management

good idea

Instead of using popsicle stick, use clothespins! Once you've called that student... clip it onto the bucket!

Controlled dice - no more flying around the room.

in addition to a picture schedule?