Amanda Santana

Sat, 20 May 2017 00:57:41 +0000

Classroom organization do this NOT that list... I think I have a few more on the "Do Not" list...eep!


    I really like the organization of the supplies and the ability to be able to know exactly where materials are, need be, at the spur of the moment.

    Swipe a marker along the bottom pages of the book. That way, when the books are piled inside their desks, they can see the colors! 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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    I LOVE this!! Kids bring in a picture frame of their families and the classroom is decorated with them! How sweet to connect home and school!

    Love this anchor chart for the beginning of the year. Teaches students how to journal like a scientist.

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    Reminder board by the door. You could even take a pic of this and upload it to your class web page

    How I plan to organize the school year...this is the best system I've found! Love it!

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    The shelving appeals to me as a room divider. NOT that I have a room big enough to divide BUT we can dream people!

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