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boxes from the dollar store, covered with scrapbook paper. Attach to the wall behind your desk to hold all the little pieces (paper clips, pens, markers, remote, etc.)

Organize your classroom by Smedley's Smorgasboard of Kindergarten! Stick command hooks on your wall and attach baskets to them.

LET'S DO THIS ANITA--before end of year so it's ready for next year when we are too tired to get it done! --Homework Board: This would be good in our big area.

Covering a filing cabinet or bookcase in your classroom? Use contact paper, but then really add the pro touch by edging with washi tape!

With having so many workbooks inside desks, I just swipe a fat Mr. Sketch marker along the bottom pages of the book. That way, when the books are piled inside their desks, they can see the colors! When I ask my students to take out a book, I'll say something like, "Please take out your Grammar Green book!" It really does help, and it makes transitions quicker and easier! And after a few weeks, my kiddos will be telling me which book is which!

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Getting Ready for Open House.... Sort Of.....

Glue pom poms onto dry-erase markers for student white board activities. Cheap, cute, and functional.


A Teacher Tool Box and an Organized Desktop

Easy-to-make teacher toolbox. Grab a plastic toolbox from Home Depot, add some spray paint and labels, and you're ready to get organized! Fun DIY project for classroom organization.