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I need to do this with my lesson plans - the stand would save so much desk space!

Informative post about implementing and managing words their way.

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.

A Teacher's Prayer - I saw this in a classroom where I took my GACE. I think it's a good prayer to keep in mind - and I do not think it interferes with public school. I'm not preaching it; I'm living it.

Liked this concise tool for tracking what you are doing in your workshop.... www.scholastic.co...

Erica Bohrer's First Grade: How To Do Spelling H.W. in a Notebook and Visual Plans

2nd Grade Data Folder and Checklist~ Aligned with Common Core! FREEBIES in the Download preview! :o) I have data folders and checklist for K and 1st also!

Great Classroom organization ideas, Love the idea of having individual portfolio folders for students to keep papers in from throughout the year.

OR Bellwork!! Goes in homework folder and student chooses a different activity each night!!

The most brilliant and organized lesson plan organization I’ve seen! 1 binder for each 9 weeks. 1 tab for each week. 1 overview for the week at the beginning of each tab. Individual lesson plans behind weekly overview. Reorganized every summer. Brilliant. [educationjourney: Lesson Plans]