Don't waste time sifting through piles of worksheets - save yourself the headache and create a “master book,” a tool that organizes all your papers and keeps them all in one place. Tackle your mound of papers by sorting through each one, tossing what you don't need and keeping one copy of every important worksheet. Place them in a 3-ring binder with dividers for each month. Binder, Organic, Teaching, Schools, Organizations, Master Book, Teachers Ideas, Teacher Organization, Education
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I was planning on doing this with workbooks I have recently gotten from the Dollar Tree. Keep the cover and put it with the worksheets in the binder. Don't waste time sifting through piles of worksheets - save yourself the headache and create a “master book,” a tool that organizes all your papers and keeps them all in one place. Lots of other great ideas too!!
Need creative, fun and educational cover lesson ideas that can be adapted for any subject and differentiated for a wide age range? This is the resource for you! This FREEBIE contains a lesson idea with a range of variable activities that can span over many lessons if needs be! No resources are necessary, but there are some fun printable worksheets that accompany the lesson theme too if you like!
Hey There Time Saver! I am excited to announce the NON-FICTION TEXT edition! This is similar in format to my Time Saver Book Report Project. Read on to learn more! If you are here, you are looking for ways to save time in your classroom! OR, if you are like me, you are tired of students who seem to never come prepared with their book report projects. And then, even when they DO come prepared, you end up spending one or more days of reading time to present and share. ($)
Planting Time On the Farm-This Planting Time on The Farm packets contains 22 farm related printable worksheets-
I haven't tried this, but someone else said, "FREE Book in a Box Literature Project with Grading Rubric. I did this with my students last year and was amazed at how much effort they put into them! Right down to using cereal boxes and leaving a prize inside!"
End of the Year, Culminating Reference Book Project- Math This is a great project for the end of the year. You can either give students designated pages, let them choose their own, or a mix of both! Students will work to create a reference book that they can use in math next year with the important facts that they learned this year. Each page has the same format—steps and examples. There are also blank pages for students to add their own topics and a top 10 list.