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Dish rack for guided reading organization...then use a file folder to store each book, with lesson plan taped to inside of folder and extra copies stored inside folder

use a tension rod, command hooks, and binder rings to hang your anchor charts

Book Boxes using Walmart ice bins and colored duct tape.

Crate Seat Tutorial

Dish drainer used for organizing files, etc.! The cup in the corner could be used for pencils or dry erase markers (if your file folder games are laminated). Or take the cup off completely.

She stores all the papers for each unit/theme in binders. So smart. I keep cramming stuff into bursting filing cabinets.

Keep guided reading groups straight by labeling boxes with coordinating duct tape to match students' folders!

Spray paint pizza pans and attach to cupboard doors with Velcro....easy magnet boards

great way to store your letter stamps

After School Routine Checklist - A very good idea that I need to start doing now!

I like that there is a separate spot for the line leader and door holder since those positions will change

Love the layout of her classroom, so inviting!

**FREE** Classroom Math Manipulatives Labels

New Adventures in First Grade: Classroom Tour... Finally!

Use spray paint and a pretty polka dot label- great storage for group work supplies.

Tonya's Treats for Teachers: Classroom Theme Linky with a Freebie:)

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Easy and Cheap Anchor Chart Display - using a magnetic curtain rod from Walmart!!

boarders classroom organizing ~ lots of classroom organization tips

Writing Island

Classroom Library, my third grade teacher had a couch in the corner with book shelfs and a shower curtian on one side to block off a quiet area. It made such a lasting impression on me I wanted to grow up and do it in my classroom

Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives: Free Sharp/Dull Pencil Signs :)

My classroom library

Weekly Planner To Do List. I would use this as a daily sheet and replace "Next Week" with "Tomorrow"

A Kindergarten Smorgasboard of Favorite Pins!