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29 Clever Organization Hacks For Elementary School Teachers: use shoe racks to create extra shelf space on desks

OCD for Kinders: PVC Pocket Chart Holder

I have wanted to make pocket chart holders for my ever since the beginning of the school year.

Cover cereal boxes with wrapping paper to make homework in/out bins

DIY: Mail/Paper organizer from cereal boxes. Duct tape to make the seams of the box sturdy and using mod podge dress the box with some cute scrapbook paper. LOVE this for over the back pack hooks for all 4 kids homework.

Desk top file box

Use free boxes from the post office as paper bins. (And add fabric, scrapbook paper or even fun contact paper so you can't see the box.

Someone was JUST asking about painting plastic crates.  Monday Made it! First time trying spray paint! Tips to help you become a pro at spray painting plastic.

I love spray painting things. Someone was JUST asking about painting plastic crates. Monday Made it! First time trying spray paint! Tips to help you become a pro at spray painting plastic.

465+ pages of ORGANIZATION for your classroom! This product comes in both a PDF (beautiful for printing) and an editable Power Point. PLUS all of the CCSS for grades K-5, and completely editable excel files for lesson planning and grade book options! There are also 3 tutorials to answer any questions that you may have. Come check this one out! $

Editable Teacher Binder: Bright Colors and Buttons Theme {FREE UPDATES}

pages of ORGANIZATION, comes in both a PDF (beautiful for printing) and an editable Power Point, the CCSS for grades and completely editable excel files for lesson planning and grade book options! There are also 3 tutorials

Time to Reorganize: Tips From Two Teachers -- Come get inspired to reorganize your space!

Time to Reorganize: Tips From Two Teachers on classroom organization. (Come get inspired to reorganize your space!

Looking for tips to achieve differentiated reading instruction in K-3? You’re in the right place! (This post contains affiliate links.) Differentiation. It’s the big buzz word these days, isn’t it? But what does it really  mean? Simply put, differentiation is tailoring your instruction to meet the needs of individual learners. According to Carol Ann Tomlinson, “Differentiating instruction means ‘shaking up’ what goes on in the classroom so that students have... Read More »

10 tips for differentiated reading instruction in K-3

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