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Smart organizing tool! // I was planning on buying a hanging file organizer this month. So glad I found this great idea & made my own! I used six file folders, tape, zebra duct tape, and stickers. I'm going to use this for the things that were always on my teacher table or bookcase last year.

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

This teacher is a pro at maximizing space. Look at all of the folder and bulletin board space she created from the back and side of a file cabinet!

Good idea: Front folders for unfinished work instead of inside desks where sometimes the work disappears into black holes. It also eliminates taping name plates!

Wrapping paper, foam board, duct tape, etc. for cheap classroom bulletin boards and displays

Would like to create a version of this for my classroom

A new way to hang my students work...just some yardsticks, clothespins, gorilla glue, and mounting tape. I love it!

from YourDictionary

Commonly Confused Words

Infographic for commonly confused (misspelled or misused) words. A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom!

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A Teacher Tool Box and an Organized Desktop

The Teaching Texan: A Teacher Tool Box and an Organized Desktop

from Living Locurto

Print on Post-It Notes - Free Printables for School Homework

Printing on Post-it Notes is simple and only takes a few steps: Print your design, then stick the blank Post-It Notes on top of your printed page. Put the page back into the printer tray and print again. (Make sure you have the paper installed the correct way). You only need to print your original design once, just keep adding new Post-It Notes to the paper.