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

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use a tension rod, command hooks, and binder rings to hang your anchor charts

How cute is this?! Chalkboard Objectives Display

Love this one for one of my classroom doors. This would be a great way for my kids to identify our room

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reading nook between two filing cabinets: the colors aren't my thing, but I love the idea.

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Labels for your classroom supply bins, labels for your book bins, labels for your teacher trays and drawers, a lunch count display, a few tips and tricks to organize paper work annnnd a schedule card FREEBIE! :) :)

Saw this idea of making giant pencils out of pringles cans. Took it one step further and turned them into Box Tops collection bins. I will use them for decorations at Back to School night and Class Assignment Day. Then maybe some lucky students will win one of their own! (picture only.)

For years I have printed or bought the name plates that I thought were the cutest or that matched what I want. The problem being that the kids took...

Use a coupon organizer from the dollar store to organize word wall words.

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CUTE table and classroom setup!

Magnetic Towel Bar used on whiteboard for displaying anchor charts...new LOVE!

Great idea: "The kids add a sticker every time they get a 100% on their spelling tests. As you can see from the sticker chart, we went from less that 50% of the kids achieving a 100% to almost 100% once we started keeping track of the data! The other charts consist of Excel graphs made up of various pieces of classroom data. The post-it notes on the graphs are the students "thinking" in regards to the data. This wall became a great motivational tool for my fifth graders!"

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