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Such a neat idea! Straw dispenser turned into a pencil dispenser!

Such a neat idea: straw dispenser turned into a pencil dispenser, so the picky kids won't dig through all the pencils to find the "perfect" one.

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Get rid of wasted time from students picking and choosing a pencil. Pencil Dispenser from an acrylic straw dispenser ~ great idea for your home or classroom!

Cover an old desk in contact paper. Neat idea.

Contact paper covered ugly desk and filing cabinet.

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Embelish and Upcycle Soap Dispensers

Camelot Art Creations: Up-Cycled Soap Dispensers { Patron Bottles } This site doesn't explain how to make them but it looks like you drill a hole through the cork to insert the pump.

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Culture of Achievement - TFA RGV - Picasa Web Albums - A way for classes to "compete" against each other. Specials teachers have their "top listed to make achieving a stripe visible (what does the class need to check off?

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Kindergarten Schmindergarten: organization and arrangement

my own twist on things: daily objective dry erase boards.....not just for teachers!

Daily objective dry erase boards made with scrapbook paper and inexpensive frames! This could be used daily for "I can" statements- keeps them up all day and doesn't take up white board space.

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I'll definitely be putting this tip to use-- I hate fishing around underneath my desk and nightstand for charger cords!

Solve the pencil problem: cut straws, then duct tape them to the desk. Voila! no more pencils rolling around.

Classroom Management: No more rolling pencils. Cut straws, duct tape to the desks.

Neat Idea! One student is selected to be the "Ask Me" person (to help students who need assistance) while the teacher works with small groups-no disruptions for the teacher!!! Kids would love to take turns doing this!!!

One student is selected to be the "Ask Me" person (to help students who need assistance) while the teacher works with small groups-no disruptions for the teacher! Or, the student can put an Ask Me sign on his/her desk

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