Explore Classroom Decoration, File Folder, and more!

Put extra papers in these folders to make it easy to get out make up work!

displaying student's work - laminated pieces of construction paper and clothes pins with thumb tacks hot glued to back

Absent- perfect! This way we won't have papers all over the place.

I put this over student's desk for the week. Have one for birthdays too. They love it!!!

spelling test paper

So cute... I would add Pickles for my fast finishers! (extra work to PICK from)

The idea of placing a picture on each child file container helps them to learn to be responsible, while at the same time keeps the teacher from being so overwhelm or unorganized. Finally , I dislike the fact that the containers may be to high for the students to reach.

"I Need Help" Teaching Sanity Saver

She stores all the papers for each unit/theme in binders. So smart. I keep cramming stuff into bursting filing cabinets.

Idea for Work for the Week. Great for absent students or to place extra copies.

Something like this for papers would be a space saver. Could go on the closet doors or on the wall behind desk. Could use for take home papers or unfinished work.

Free download for your Friday Folders to give parents a weekly report of their child!

Don't forget to save at least one extra, just in case you get a new student!

Classroom Decor And Organization Ideas - This post is FULL of great ideas for making your classroom bright and colorful :)

Exit Ticket - great idea! Use a dry erase board with the question. Have students line up and whisper answer to teacher on the way to lunch! No paper!

For kids who are easily distracted or overwhelmed by amount of work. Put assignments/responsibilities onto a paper in a file folder. Cut the file folder into thirds so that the student sees 2-3 tasks at one time. This is helpful for multi-step problems and organizational difficulties as well as difficulties with attention. Essential for students with NVLD or Processing Disorders as well as ADHD!

Organizing papers

Another cute display for "no name" papers...

WHILE YOU WERE OUT BOARD: folders made with patterned folders and scrapbook paper (no link available but this would be easy to recreate)

Organizing construction paper.

organization perfection