Polly White-Johnson

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 08:45:08 +0000

50 Dollar Store Hacks for the Classroom. Some of these are actually pretty good!

    Editable Classroom Labels

    Three fantastic icebreakers that get kids talking and start building relationships from the first day of school!

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    Student mailboxes from IKEA magazine holders, Mactac and coloured duct tape!

    Amazing advice and encouragement for new teachers, from teachers who care!

    Classroom Job organizer

    Instant Display Teaching Resources, A Sparklebox Alternative,Free and Low Cost Teaching Resources

    Use PowerPoint to create giant letters in any font. Use pictures, textures, or color to fill to fit any theme. You can also print out on bright paper (and laminate) for cheap and durable bulletin board letters. Great way to have just the letters you need.

    Alli Rogosich's 'Classroom Rules' Gallery Wrapped Canvas is a gorgeous reproduction featuring the rules of a classroom against a white background. A wonderful pice that will compliment any childrens r

    21 Brilliant Classroom Organization Hacks. Genius tricks for storing supplies, keeping track of student work, plus tons of free printables to keep you organized all year long.

    Spray paint the ice cube bins...

    So many amazing tips and tricks for 2nd grade classroom teachers.

    Tons of must-try classroom management ideas!

    How to organize for school? Yes, it is that time of year again. You blissfully shopped for the long school supply list, and now you are in need of some back to school organization!

    Bulletin board hacks to save your sanity. Time saving, money saving, and energy saving ideas!

    My name is Catherine, and I am an organization addict. It’s true friends. I love procedures and order and know my classroom runs smoothly because of these things. Today I’m sharing with you how organization helps maximize learning in our classroom and how I maximize my time as a teacher. Now, my room is definitely...

    Super cute classroom library! Includes marquee letters from Target.

    Crazy Speech World: Organizing Materials

    This time of year there’s no one more highly organized than a teacher. In addition to getting all those seating charts, lesson plans, and assignments in hand, an ultra-tidy classroom space makes all the rest of those tasks easier. So you can bet teachers keep their rooms and desks shipshape. Luckily, that means there’s lots of smart, crafty, even downright cheap ideas out there to crib from.

    This blog post is full of beautiful classroom decor ideas. If you like a colorful classroom, you will LOVE this!

    Door Decoration - When you Enter this Classroom....

    Getting your sub binder ready is a breeze! This editable substitute binder includes 20 forms that you can type right into. The adorable cover (add your own name!), note to the sub, bell schedule, regular, alternate, and specials schedules are included. Forms included for school & staff info, classroom info, arrival & dismissal, classroom management, emergency procedures & more! An end of the day form is included. Perfect for short and long term subs! **Also part of my Ready To Go Sub

    Storing daily lesson materials, weekly copies, centers, and monthly projects in one organized cabinet makes accessing teaching resources a breeze.

    Do you feel like you are ALWAYS staying late after school to work on lesson planning and prep work? Learn how to organize your week and streamline your lesson planning routine so that you can go home at a normal time! This blog post is packed with practical tips and management tricks for teachers. A must read!

    37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks