Visit site
  • JoAnn Bricker

    front folders classroom organization. love this idea via 2nd grade sandcastle blog.

  • Amy

    2nd Grade Sandcastle: My classroom! Front Folders to prevent papers from getting shoved into the black hole or keeping track of unfinished work.

  • Angela Shelton

    Love this! Front folders for unfinished work instead of inside desks where sometimes the work disappears into black holes. I hope I have enough file folders to do this. :)

  • Val

    Front folders for unfinished work instead of inside desks where sometimes the work disappears into black holes. I love this idea because it also eliminates taping name tags onto the desks!

  • Toe

    Classroom management

Related Pins

*FREE* Quick and easy notes to staple to unfinished work. Each note has a quick checklist, so that the teacher may note why the student has unfinished work. A blank has been provided for additional reasons/notes. #TpT

I love the clothespins! That would make work so much easier to put up and take down.

To prevent unfinished work from being lost, have then stuck in their front folder. When they have finished something else, recess, or at the end of the day, they can look in their front folder for unfinished work.

This packet is a fun way to celebrate the end of the year. I've included a younger grades version {with handwriting lines} and an upper grade vers...

KETCHUP folder: When students are absent, place a "ketchup folder" on their desk and slide their missed assignments inside the folder throughout the day.

This is perfect for the beginning of the year.All about me sheetsFacebook profile sheet****Special******Leave feedback and send me an ema...

Positive Mini Notes & Unfinished Work Notice...Maybe write the notes to the students instead of parents since I teach middle school

first grade helper. This was hard to find on her blog but I googled 'my first grade helper and easily found a PDF file of one similar to this

unfinished work. helps keep track of student papers (see who's falling behind/moving on t o other activities before they should), and cuts down on time spent helping disorganized students look for their work.

Use this at the beginning of the year to get to know your students. Way more fun than a regular worksheet with a list of questions.