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

    cute way to display classroom work... make paper in shape of clouds and call "Proud Clouds" have students hang work they're especially proud of

    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.

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

    "Wall of champions" post its to demonstrate 80% or higher on assessments

    so clever! Could put lined paper on the other side

    Make a quick bracelet for students to wear out of a scrap of paper when you really need them to remember something. Brilliant!

    Each students have their own hanging file folder filled with papers for them to do when they're done.  Each folder will be individualized on standards the students need extra help with.

    love this idea! one drawer for each child. When they have finished their work, they go to their drawer and pick up a worksheet that the teacher has put there specifically for them, covering something they need extra help/practice in! SO doing this next year!

    Use hangable rainbow file folders so students can turn in their work according to subject matter. | 29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers

    no name papers

    Use dvd cases with solid paper for mini "white" boards...everybody gets a glove/sock for an eraser to store inside the case. BRILLIANT idea!

    Portable word wall using file folders=awesome!

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    Easy to make foldable - perfect for compound words or contractions.

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    Little gifts for test takers - very cute!

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    display students work with clipboards...paint and cover the ugly metal piece with a cute label....cheap and super easy