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Have a similar beach umbrella and tropical rug...maybe if I have time I can redo my reading center...it's very boring now.

Try Wall Pop dry erase stickers on a table in your classroom! I use it for spelling work, small group instruction, and math time. They add a pop of color, too!

Definitely organized! Love the organization idea at each desk. The wire baskets could be cubbies and the red bins could hold extra supplies for each table grouping and each tables supplies they use could be stored in a caddy. I am so doing this for next year!

Classroom Organization: Listening Center or Small Group Work area idea. If only I had desks...I do have one small rectangle table...or my trapezoids...hmmm.

Birthday board I made for my kiddos. I downloaded the months off of Teachers Pay Teachers and used one of my fonts on Word to print out the word "birthday." The parents and kids love the new display for the classroom :)

Fun and colorful way to organize supplies for your class and add an extra bin for "trash". This keeps students from going to the recycle bin.

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Fun Ways to Create Random Groups in the Classroom

Fun Ways to Create Random Groups in the Classroom: Use popsicle sticks with symmetrical colored shapes to match partners/small groups.

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21 DIY Ideas for Decorating Your Classroom

21 DIY Ideas for Decorating Your Classroom: Try some of these fun DIY projects to bring a little more color and life into your dull classroom. Turn boring stools into fun furniture with a little paint. If the school permits it, paint your ceiling tiles. Paint a cabinet with chalkboard paint!