There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site

Related Pins

This app allows you to use your smart phone and scan the bar code on your classroom books and then it inputs all of the info for you on a FREE data base. It allows you to scan out the books and check them in, separate them by reading levels and even put down their location in your room

Mrs. Orman's Classroom: Organizing Your Classroom Library: A Delicious Solution

Every classroom and homeschool needs these...and best of all they're free! #classroomorganization

Free Classroom Printables, like the idea of printing quotes in Spanish, framing them and placing them on wall, hs

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

you are the reason we are here...this one is for all the teachers I know and for a very special one who had to leave this earth way too early.

Something like this could be fun for the ceiling in the Art/Creativity or Game/Activity room during the first unit.

FREE!! The End of the DayJar is a great way to end the school day and wonderful for classroom management!

Designer Dots Theme Sterlite Container Templates! Do you like to organize your classroom with clear Sterlite containers of different sizes, but hate that everyone can see inside when it is not always the neatest? The Organized Classroom has solved your problem with these super easy to customize and print templates for the drawers! $

Being organized with your classroom stuff reduces teacher and student anxiety. Classroom organization do this - NOT that list. There are great photos here to help you organize - you might even laugh at some of the examples of how not to organize!

Behavior- When a child reaches outstanding at the end of the day, we add a little star sticker to the clip and I give them a label to take home. When they earn 5 stickers they get a new clip and color it red. We repeat the process in "rainbow order" meaning they then work to earn an orange clip and then a yellow, etc. The ultimate goal is the coveted "glitter clip."

Book Checkout- To avoid losing books or having students never bring books back you can create your own "library checkout". This will help the students learn responsibility for things that are not theirs while also keeping an eye on the books. Each time they take a book they will fill out a checkout form and place it in their assigned slot. (I.D. #:1336)