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    All teachers have their time savers, but this one is the most amazing ever! Last year, this teacher put everything they did that week in a labeled folder- tests, projects, the readings, vocab-everything. This year, she simply grabs the folder, tweak the lessons a little, and she's done. It saves student samples in here as well. She also puts a copy of her old lesson plans to make planning easier.

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    I bought several of these from Target's dollar bin, but after seeing how this teacher organizes with these accordion folders, I am going back for some more!


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    Great organization idea for shared supplies

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    WANT SO BADLY!!!!I do this for my teaching life and it works. Beginning of each semester I write each lesson & test on a post-it. If you need more time or are absent, just move notes around. You can even use the same post-its from year to year. After a lesson I try to jot some notes about what worked and what needs work. This helps the next yea as ot serves as an informal journal.

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    She has some FANTASTIC ideas here on organizing your classroom.

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    Oh the pretty.... Boho Birds for labeling math tools (52 labels) - and with photos to help remember which manipulatives go where!

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    Classroom Library Organization by Lessons with Laughter

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    I like how she has the bins turned sideways so you can see the spines vs the kids flipping through the books

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    50 Themed book labels for organizing classroom library. A GREAT idea.

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    Clever Classroom blog Storing Magnetic Letters

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    Put a "Tidy Tub" on each table while students are doing cutting projects. It helps keep the students in their seats working instead of getting up to go to the trash.

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