• Calendar Math: Everything flips...no more buckets of extra calendar numbers. May have to use this idea!

• Love this idea for a calendar board - everything flips. No more buckets of extra calendar numbers

• Calendar Wall - everything flips. No more buckets of extra calendar numbers

• Calendar time! everything flips. No more buckets of extra calendar numbers and more great ideas for elementary.

• Great classroom organization tip! Put bulletin board numbers or words on large rings--everything flips. No more boxes/files to store extra numbers or words. Make a few blank cards on the rings too, so you can change things up when necessary. There are a few good ideas here.

• Classroom Calendar - everything flips. No more buckets of extra calendar numbers

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