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  • Mary Norton

    Wow...this links to a blog all about elementary classroom organization ideas. Use these hooks for headphones?

  • Lauren Clark

    login cards on a hook! Such a great idea:)

  • Anna Walsh

    elementary organization blog: computer log in cards...hung on computer using 3M hooks

  • Patty Armstrong

    login cards or websites for kids

  • Lisa Esquibel

    Classroom Organization- computer log in cards for student passwords

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theme for my K room : )

elementary organization: classroom. Check out curriculum alignment resource.

I love this spin off of the colors especially since I had to remove my duct tape from the chairs because a few kids were allergic! I think I will hang the pictures from the ceiling above the desks instead of taping it on.............. Princess Artypants

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

this blog has lots of good ideas for your classroom

Lots and lots of homophones! Free Illustrated Homophone Word Cards, Homophone Activities and Lesson Plan, and some homophone TPT resources $.

Gotta use this with Gavin... he gets his b and d mixed up... great idea!

Such a neat idea! Straw dispenser turned into a pencil dispenser! Then the picky kids won't dig through all the pencils to find the "perfect" one! (evil laugh :)

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Are you limited in the amount of space you have in file drawers? Do you like to be able to SEE what you have filed? Check out Rackitfile.com to learn about using your wall space for filing.

Love the sayings on the wall - "Start each day like it's your birthday" and "Today a reader, tomorrow a leader", love the light weight curtains, and the black fabric makes every bulletin board pop!

Makes them accountable for leaving cap off, writing too hard, losing, etc. I like this idea!