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    Tape a large straw next to the notebook for a pencil holder.

    This is soooo awesome, never seen it before. I just made one to take to a workshop tomorrow to show other teachers:)

    Disappearing Pencil Woes? - The Organized Classroom Blog

    Office Max will cut composition books in half...

    Great first week activities - love The idea of putting a ribbon in for a bookmark!

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

    notebook covers

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    Algebra 1 Interactive Notebook Entries

    Your notebook is not complete without a fun oilcloth cover and a cute pen holder!

    A straw dispenser makes the perfect pencil dispenser. | 37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

    Teachers - Now you will know if it's your pencil! Decorative duct tape wrapped pencils.

    Pencil fidgets - They allow the student to have something to move around in their hands. Students that require such fidgets have a need for sensory stimulation, and fidgets provide that within the classroom setting.

    Chalkboard Tables -- Paint the tops of your tables with chalkboard paint and then use colored duct tape around the edge of the tables.

    regular eraser can remove permanent marker from laminated materials! this is a million dollar tip!

    Cover the bottom of chairs with felt and attache with a rubber band! This is one of those why didn't I think of that moments!

    The Birthday Cheer!...Also, have students work on a page to create a "Happy Birthday" book for the birthday student for morning work instead of the traditional assignment that morning. Since the birthday kid doesn't need to create a page, he/she gets to design the cover of the book!

    Pencil Problems

    Two filing cabinets back to back with fabric to cover. Magnet board!!!

    Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives: Free Sharp/Dull Pencil Signs :)

    Teaching in Special education: Algebra: I love the visuals and aids for students--- Will help me too