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Every classroom and homeschool needs these...and best of all they're free! #classroomorganization

running record freebie: This is so awesome because the chart they described in the reading seemed somewhat hard to keep up with. This chart is ready to use and can be printed as many times as neccessary :)

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Good Readers...Sort. Great lesson for Daily Five Read to Self

Free Printable Monogrammed Note Cards :)

Classroom Boggle wall (word study center...)

Smart! Each student has a stick with their number on it. When they take a book from the box, they put their stick in. Then they know where to return their book.

Common Core Classrooms

Keep Calm and Teach On.: Classroom sneak peek... sort of!

Informational Mentor Text List (for every 2nd Grade CCSS)

Classroom Boggle- for kids who finish early! Also a great center activity

Cool idea

Filing cabinet makeover.

ALL NEW *2nd - 3rd Grades* Elementary Edition! TpT's BEST selling interactive reading notebook is now available for second and third grades!

My Reading Stamina Anchor Chart (Created with the children during the second week of school.) Creating Readers and Writers Blog Post

Inexpensive ideas for using IKEA products in the classroom. Time to go shopping!

Editable quick reference flip book to help substitutes find the most important info they need about your class at a glance. Print on brightly colored paper and hang in a prominent location near your desk so that a new substitute can easily find it, and have necessary information at his/her fingertips!

Compare and Contrast Cinderella Stories in Reading Workshop | FREE | The Curriculum Corner | Fairy Tales

visualizing... Read it to your class, as they draw what they see....Love!

Check out this blog post for tons of excellent anchor charts!

First Grade Friendly Froggies: Favorite Pins Friday! Wow...from 1st grade my 8th graders don't remember to do this

You have been Mugged! A great way to show someone your care. A hug in a mug.

Punch holes in the papers of students who are off-task during group work. Gives you a reminder when assigning participation grades later without having to stop and make a note of the issue.

Great classroom management tool an "I'm Stuck, Now What?" Board. A great way to build independence.