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How to Restore a Whiteboard

School: to restore dry erase boards that are hard to erase: spray a clean board with wd40, wipe dry with paper towels. the wd40 fills in the dried pores of the board that hold in marker ink, making it easier to erase.

Hall Pass - Print on card stock and put into ID badge holders on coil key chains (both from Walmart). Blank pass at end can be written on with a whiteboard marker and then erased (for students who have to go somewhere else in the building). These are waterproof (seal the top opening with packing tape or buy self-seal ID badge holders) and kids wear them high up on their arms so they don't get wet/dirty in the bathroom.

Interactive notebooks- glue an envelope in the back cover for keeping "extras" and a ribbon to be used as a bookmark.

Pencil Dice – Never Look for Dice Again! http://www.mathfilefoldergames.com/pencil-dice-never-look-for-dice-again/ Teachers are you tired of looking for dice to use in your math class? Or are the dice you do use to loud and noisy when used? Here is a simple solution, a regular pencil can double nicely as a 6-sided die. #Math #DiceGames

Hot glue a ribbon at the back of students' journals so they can keep track of where they left off. No more blank pages in between their writing!

Teacher plan book / Teacher Planner. Digital and completely customizable. Use on Mac, iPad or even iPhone! Keep an entire year's worth of plans in ONE FILE. 81 different planner templates. All common core standards for grades K-12. 8 different editable covers and auto-filling recording sheets.

from YourDictionary

Commonly Confused Words

Infographic for commonly confused (misspelled or misused) words. A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom!

Reading creatures - great craft project for library and students could pick their favorite book and draw the cover and write a brief review too

Love this simple idea. Sharpie messages on pencils. Some Ways To Show My Students They Matter

from Kristen's Kindergarten

Science Notebooks

Duct tape spiral notebooks! Why haven't I thought of this?! Those metal spirals drive me nuts.