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    Put duct tape on ziplock bags, now you can punch holes in them and store them in a binder and they won't rip! {I ♥ my duct tape!}

    Lesson Plan Book.

    Take Five and bean bags... for JAM :)

    Sub Binder

    Punch a hole in the lid of a plastic jar and string a ribbon through it. Knot it on both sides of the lid. Great storage containers for kids' toys and they like the handles for carrying things around.

    DIY Little Passports--I knew someone would have done this!! Continent Bags | Counting Coconuts

    Easy, DIY duct tape vertical file folder organizer for home or classroom via www.pre-kpages.com

    How to create a hanging file system with manila folders and duct tape

    Rise and Shine Binder- morning work with no copies!

    Editable Teacher Binder FREE

    For center worksheets. Use dry erase markers=fewer copies! Use report covers and framed with colorful Duck Tape

    file folders + duct tape

    privacy / testing stations - 2 folders stapled together. reinforced with decorative duct tape. Add nondistracting motivational signs.

    Keep your classroom learning goals in a binder for repeated use

    Classroom DIY: DIY Dry Erase Boards Good idea for doing worksheets in dry-erase…some other activities?

    Use Duct tape to help students find the right journal. We could make the colors match corresponding folders.

    TEACHER TIP: I like to laminate cards, hole punch and attach onto a metal ring. You can keep student information at your fingertips throughout the year. Perfect for emergencies, field trips or quick contact information. Just hang on a hook by your phone in your room.

    Blue Surf Flowers Duct Tape repin & like. Check out Noelito Flow music. Noel. Thanks https://www.twitter.com/noelitoflow https://www.youtube.com/user/Noelitoflow

    Setting Up Your Student CCSS Data Binders - The Organized Classroom Blog