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For notes, lunch money, etc. Love this because you always have kids coming to you every morning with different things to give you!

love the letters and canvases together!!!! I can do this

Teacher decor DIY-chalkboard paint letter. On the first day of school have every student write their name on the letter and display it on the door :) perfect for the k I am using in their picture!

I love this!!!!! GREAT letter explaining "invented spelling" for parents. Often times parents want everything corrected and perfect and that's not what is best when learning. Invented spelling helps your child to communicate their thoughts on paper. It leads to better writers, which is a problem in schools today.

Letter Of The Week Crafts - just one part of learning and playing with letters. When did your child start showing interest in letters?

Differentiate homework & give students choice... Students choose when to do deliberate practice in math 20 min. [review (meet expectations) or take on a challenge (exceed expectations), & in literacy [write for 60 min./week & read for 60 min./week.] Logging what they have done & showing their progress to the teacher throughout the week is mandatory.

classroom organization- Great way to keep track of kids in case of emergency! Each kid always knows their class number.

parts of a letter- I want to make this chart as well!

"As soon as the kids walk in, this is what they see - it's our main "drop zone". They stop and turn their homework in, submit any notes from home, choose their lunch for the day, and turn in their library books. It's a one-stop-shop. It is so helpful that it's right inside the door, because the kids don't have the chance to miss it!"

Managing Your Turn-In Tray with Clothespins - Cheap and Easy!

Papers Galore? No problem! Organize it! Very helpful website