hot glue tacks to clothes pins, hanging classroom work has never been so easy!

Glue tacks to clothespins to hang student work on bulletin boards. Makes it SO easy to switch out work. *Glue tacks to top and bottom of clothespin to make more sturdy*

Easily swap out categories for shelves by using binder clips.

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Oh those binder clips. idea for labeling shelves, or numbering your mailboxes without ruining them with stickers/labels! These just clip right on and off!

Laminated coloured paper and pegs to frame children's art

Displaying student's work - laminated pieces of construction paper and hot glue clothes pins to display student work. This would be nice with scrapbook paper.

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Place Value Cups. Use the cups to understand place value practice counting forward and backward learn the names of large numbers decompose numbers to expanded form. I would either label the cups 'ones' 'tens' etc. or add a comma cup or decimal point cup

ORGANIZATION GAME CHANGER! Use Project/Document Cases instead of Binders and Hanging Files! You won't ever look back! | Classroom Organization

Kiss Your Binders and Hanging Files GOODBYE

For The B Girls' school work - NO MORE messy hanging files and bulky binders! It's a game changer for classroom organization! Use project or document cases to organize your classroom essentials.

This wall would serve as a positive daily affirmation of what my students are and what they are capable of. This would support mental health literacy as it would work to create a comfortable classroom environment that is motivating and positive.

I AM wall- this is a great back to school activity for building positive classroom environment and self-esteem. I could do this for Spanish by doing a "Yo Soy" wall.

Displaying Student Work

Displaying Student Work

Next year I want a place to DISPLAY STUDENT WORK! Using clothespins, scrapbook paper and ribbon to make a great display for kids' work. Super glue push pins on the back of the clothespins.

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Fabric covered circle bulletin boards - I will use for his art with kiddie fabrics. Corkboard trivets really inexpensive at Ikea! no link - but just used fabric and glue:)

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Creating a Classroom Community with Memory Makers

Creating a Classroom Community with Memory Makers

Create memories with your students all year long! Start these at the beginning of the school year, OR start them in January if you need to try something new to have a more positive classroom environment!

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