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<b>Here are some resourceful DIYs that will turn cheap and everyday objects into something useful for the classroom.</b>

35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget

Paper box--modge podge wrapping paper on cereal box. Do on side of book shelf to clear up more turn in trays?

Instructions for printing onto Post-It notes.  I will be glad I posted this one day.

Printing Personalized Post-It Note Messages.Now you can just peel off your perfectly printed post-its and stick them wherever you feel like posting a unique, colorful, and removable message!

Classroom Organization:  Listening Center or Small Group Work area idea.

Great idea for a center! Classroom Organization: Listening Center or Small Group Work area idea. If only I had desks.I do have one small rectangle table.or my trapezoids.

Calming Caddy- when a child needs to step away from a frustrating situation. Perfect for my classroom and my toddler.

The author posted this great idea of a calming caddy. It is filled with different sensory objects to help students calm down when getting frustrated. She includes things such as stress balls, calming glitter jar, play dough and notebook and crayons.

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Neat idea to use images of materials. Could create a writer's notebook image, pen image, paper image, and book image.

Dish drying rack for dry erase board and marker storage - buy the rack from dollar tree and can also use facial puffs from dollar tree for erasers

Use a dish rack to store white boards and markers! Maybe this will help my kids remember which markers to use on the whiteboards too; they always use the Crayola markers and ruin the white boards!

The Sharpener that all the teachers are talking about. It was even made by a teacher...The blog also has a description of her pencil management in her classroom, very clever! I SERIOUSLY need this!!!!

A Cupcake for the Teacher: Meet the Pencil Police and Your New Best Friend. I went through 5 pencil sharpeners last year and I could never figure out who kept breaking them.

Keep your mess minimal with this DIY school supply caddy! For all of your first day needs check out Walgreens.com!

School Supply Caddy: Using a serving plate stand or even maybe a plant stand, you paint cans in whatever colors, get buckets and fill with school supplies or art supplies. Kids can use & put back easily. Go one step further and label each can.

**DONE** I made a folder for each week of school. Inside is the lesson plans for each of my kids as well as flyers, worksheets and the like that correspond to that weeks activities. In the 3 ring center I mounted our weekly schedule. This is now my new lesson planning system. homeschool!!!

Organizing School Paperwork a simple folder system that works. How I plan to organize the school year.this is the best system I've found!

Good way to keep organized in my planning space: put in necessary books and papers for each day of the week.

Organize your copies for the week. When I first saw this, I thought it looked like the Harry Potter font.I think I want to write the days of the week in that font. Either that or paint the set to look like the TARDIS.

Great for first year teachers! TONS of great ideas for how to prepare for the first day of school.

Excellent teacher website with an entire list of procedures for the first days of school. Worth checking out! also attach a highlighter and pen to the box for students to add name to paper when turning in just in case they have not already.

Just a picture idea for the kids, no link...

Miss Kindergarten: Scotch Expressions Tape {organization ideas!} Use the bucket and clothespin idea to make material buckets for each group