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    Packing-up checklist! Love the part about thanking a classmate.

    Repurpose old couch/chair cushions for a child reading/quiet time corner. How cute is this!?!

    A palet book shelf...actually a clever idea. Great for that little space under the promethean or whiteboard!

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    Instead of giving parents a list of students during field trips, give them a lanyard! Add: cell phone numbers, school phone numbers, and schedule for the day.

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    This is so silly... BUT how fun to have a mouse door or "elf" door in your classroom. This way when pencils (or anything else) go missing you can blame the little elf who lives in the wall. Students could draw a picture of him, write a story about him...all from a little drawing on the wall.

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    Cute iphone job chart Fifth Grade Fancy: Monday Made It & just 6 more!!!

    Great pinterest idea I tried! Students can't interrupt reading groups when the light is on! They love it! Great visual reminder!

    As seen on Pinterest…yes you really can put little erasers into a gum ball machine! The kids LOVE it….Teachingisagift: back to school

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    Hilarious. Kiddos pick teams. Whichever team wins at the end of the day for good behavior gets to listen to their person's song.

    Headphone Storage - under the desk

    Classroom earbud/headphones storage idea

    geometry family tree

    Introducing.... THE GLUE SPONGE! You just cut a sponge to fit in a container, pour glue on it, and the kids can just press their little cut-up pieces of paper on it. No more globby glue puddles!

    Paint a cup stand to become a scissor stand!

    explain reading strategies to parents! I'm making class sets of these immediately! This blog is amazing!

    Tape a large straw to the cover of notebook to hold pencil. Genius!

    Put magnets on the backs of puzzle pieces. Use for whole class behavior goal!!