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Classroom Management - This is a great poster to have in the room for when students finish early on in-class assignments. Things could also be added or changed to reflect classroom assignments.

Tales of a Teacherista: Classroom Organization

Tales of a Teacherista: Classroom Organization

teacher desk organization-love the paper/border on the file cabinet & the hanging file folder organization

Fifty printables for enrichment and early finishers. Critical and creative thinking activities for a wide range and ability of students in grades 1-4. You may even find activities that correlate with whole class units of study as activities cover all subject areas.  Unit contains a mixture of open ended response pages, independent research activities and direct question and answer pages.

50 Printables for Early Finishers & Enrichment

Never again hear a student say, "I'm done, what do I do now?" Fifty printables for enrichment and early finishers. Critical and creative thinking activities for a wide range and ability of students in grades

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Early Finishers

Early Finisher Task Cards ~ "I have my flipflop holder hanging on a hook on a cabinet door in my classroom. I punched a set of holes in each task cards and hooked then together with a ring. I then placed the rings on the notches on the flip flop holder.

Ready-Made DI {Giveaway} - The Organized Classroom Blog  http://www.theorganizedclassroomblog.com/index.php/blog/ready-made-di-giveaway

Ready-Made DI

Differentiation in any mixed-ability classroom is tough, especially when you have reading and math levels that can span HUGE gaps.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | I’m Finished – tasks

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 I’m Finished – tasks

30 sites for students who finish early. Something for everyone!

Early Finisher - 30 sites for students who finish early, games, activities - I need to take from these and create my own list that I'll post on my class website

Do you ever have early finishers? Well, snag Free Time Fun below to keep in your students’ desks.  They simply pull it out when they have a few free moments! {Right now, I use the BAT Book in my class for early finishers} Fonts: KG Fonts & Cara Carroll Graphics: Pink Cat Studio Can you …

Free Time Fun

early- also I have hangers with "story starters"- kids love writing on the story starters

Early Finishers and What To Do…

Ideas for what to do with early finishers. This is a great way to Accommodate instruction for those early finishers. Page Curriculum and Instruction that is Scaffolded.

I'm done cup.....such a great idea!    Nothing worse than students shouting out "I'm done!" - Great idea to have on each table for kids

"I'm Done" Cups

(via Team Vs First Grade Fun: Im Done Cups) Students pick a stick from the Im Done cup and work on an activity when they are finished with their work. Teachers can range the activities depending on the grade.

Planning for a sub was one of these "hard way, easy way" lessons that I eventually learned.  But, I really wished someone would have given me directions to the easy way much earlier in my career!  I shared a few tips to make sub planning quicker and easier.  paid

Sub Plans Resource Binder

Planning for a sub was one of these "hard way, easy way" lessons that I eventually learned. But, I really wished someone would have given me directions to the easy way much earlier in my career! I shared a few tips to make sub planning quicker.

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Things to do when you're done early (Early Finisher activities - Put this in a ziplog bag and make one for each student as an early finish go to assignment. Have them keep the assignments in the ziplog bag for safe keeping.

left for the day instead of library! Student Whereabouts - I love this! Of course you could do it with the students' names too.

Student Where Abouts

I love this magnet board for student whereabouts. Students are responsible for moving their number when they leave the room. The teacher is then able to know where each student is at all time.