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Such a great and innovative idea! Use bed sheets to cover bulletin boards - cheaper than yards of fabric, fun colors, and unlike paper, they are reusable!!

"Walmart sells flat twin bed sheets in individual packages (meaning without pillowcases and fitted sheets) for a whopping $2.00. There is more than enough fabric to cover the typical bulletin board and they have a surprising assortment of colors. I actually like using the black sheets as a background. It allows the kiddo's work, borders and lettering to really POP! "

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During quiet reading time, just have the kids flip their chairs around and give them pillows to lounge on.

Reception ideas- use old soap dispensers to store your classroom paints! Children can take one or two pumps while choosing which colours they would like to use.

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No Name Board- This is a great way to display no-name papers so that all the kids can see them. This would also teach students responsibility with making sure their work is turned in with their name on it. -JN

A new idea to promote kindness within your community. Collect shout outs and post them on a bulletin board.

I LOVE how she used her board so that each subject can stay up throughout the day. A genius professor of mine once said that elementary school should not feel like a segmented day, "Ok we're done with that now next is this.." It should flow from one to another. This board organization would really help the flow of the day...

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Classroom Library...boxes out of notebook boxes from Target after Back-to-School shopping, covered with contact paper.

MUST DO!!! This blog is is a very creative way to organize the classroom. Love what she did with her bulletin boards: she put up fabric & doubled up with borders to complete the space. TONS of organizing ideas all in this one post.