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  • Becky Orr

    OCD teacher organization ideas

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    Teaching, should I ever teach in a school classroom, ideas.

  • Batool Viqar

    Getting Organized (lots of great classroom organization ideas)

  • Pam Green

    Classroom Organization (must read) For my fellow OCD teacher friends, this site is for you....great organization ideas

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‘Classroom Organization’ Use a pegboard to organize supplies *could small plastic cups on the inside of cupboards in classrooms (supplies such as paintbrushes/spongebrushes etc for prek and art dept to share) label by color prek and art supply cups for each classroom?

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This summer I am doing this...she takes you step by step organizing your classroom (starts with materials needed to do so... great site)

How to organize every part of your classroom. He even includes how much it will cost!

It's finally HERE! 465+ pages of ORGANIZATION for your classroom! This product comes in both a PDF (beautiful for printing) and an editable Power Point. PLUS all of the CCSS for grades K-5, and completely editable excel files for lesson planning and grade book options! There are also 3 tutorials to answer any questions that you may have. Come check this one out! $

A Modern Teacher: Mission Organization: 21 Ideas on Organizing Your Teacher Area

classroom organization- Great way to keep track of kids in case of emergency! Each kid always knows their class number.

Mission Organization: 21 Ideas to Organize Your Classroom Library

a whole site dedicated to organizing your classroom- includes organizing your desk, files, materials, weekly-to-do's, and materials you need to get ORGANIZED!

Great site for classroom decorating ideas. This site can be used for different grade levels, but mostly in elementary school. They give you different grade levels and themes for your classroom. This especially relates to the Teaching Standard, Element IV.4 for organizing and utilizing available resources to create a safe and productive learning environment.