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Classroom Decor

Classroom Decor

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This is a great way to get students to learn their sight words. They start with the yellow cards (8th place) and work themselves up to 1st place (Blue). You can give them some rewards for each goal met. The words used in this pack are Fry’s first 100 words. Words are in 8 different groups made up of 12 to 13 words per set.--Teaching by the Beach

Sight Word Racing Victory -Fry's First 100

Classroom Decor Classroom Sign Teacher by LittleLifeDesigns

Marci Coombs: Bulletin Board ideas.

A day in first grade: classroom pics

Two thumbs up for teachers that inspire a love of learning!

Borders on bookshelves and check out the laced bins to attach labels! Dream come true!

love reading lofts my-kinda-classroom

ADHD | Free ADHD Resources

Mission Organization Teacher Style www.amodernteache...


Dry erase circles. Who knew? Vinyl circles at group table. No passing out dry erase boards:)

Classroom Decor

Oh my goodness! What a great idea! ....Added some magnetic paint to the back of my cube I have a GREAT Math Center Activity!



classroom organization...teacher wall, making one this summer

Birthdays :)

Teacher Tool Box

Gotta make this! ~p

Directions to pretty up sterilite drawers which is a great idea because they are not pretty usually! Great for a dorm room

A ridiculously organized classroom. I saw some new ideas here. Need to revisit in the summer.

magnetic art wall using sheet metal

Bulletin Board Display

Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: My Sister's Second Grade Classroom Pics!

File Folder Paper Organizer Tutorial

  • Sarah Hagerty
    Sarah Hagerty

    I love you more than

  • Sarah Hagerty
    Sarah Hagerty


use wine rack and large cups to store markers, colored pencils...

My C.A.S.E. Studies: Copic Stuff
  • Lynn Ortega
    Lynn Ortega

    so true...

  • Paula Horton
    Paula Horton

    @sharon Booda

  • Yvette Morgan
    Yvette Morgan

    What a GREAT storage idea!!

Kindergarten ideas

  • Beth McMillan
    Beth McMillan

    Why are x and Y on the same drawer?