20 dollar tree finds for teachers

20 dollar tree finds for teachers Remember the fly swatter game, but with letters, numbers, sounds, etc for small groups

dollar store facial cleansers for white board erasers

Dollar Store facial cleansers for individual dry erase marker board erasers! I've always thought about this, but today I got some heart shaped facial clothes to use on my dry erase boards!

Dollar Tree soap containers are the perfect size to fit a deck of cards! (They also work great for crayons.)

I need to organize my cards in these boxes for my centers! Dollar Tree soap containers are the perfect size to fit a deck of cards! (They also work great for crayons.

6+ Sensory Bins for under $30 from the Dollar Store – with tons of other ideas!

6+ Sensory Bins for under $30 - with tons of other ideas

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Easy~Peasy Place Value (Undercover Classroom)

Here's an easy photo tutorial, plus some FREE labels for making a place value teaching tool out of a dollar store pill box. Great for reading and writing numbers in the millions and decimals!

This is a great way to store Base Ten Blocks and make them accessible for students to use. This idea is from Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes

This is a great way to store Base Ten Blocks and make them accessible for students to use. This idea is from Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes Containers are from Dollar Tree

This game is VERY simple but powerful for the kids because it helps them to make those connections that 5 pennies = 1 nickel, 2 nickels = 1 dime, etc... Each student has a gameboard and there is one student in each group that I select to be the banker. I love using these chip trays to organize manipulatives! Gotta love the Dollar Tree! :)

prince & co.: The Trading Game: Money Style.Race to a Quarter. This game is VERY simple but powerful for the kids because it helps them to make those connections that 5 pennies = 1 nickel, 2 nickels = 1 dime, etc.

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Number magnets to keep track of kids you allow to leave the room. Use a cookie sheet with glass stones glued to scrapbook paper and a magnet. then trim in fun duct tape! (The cookie sheet magnet board is pretty sweet for multiple different crafts.

K-3 Connection: Elf on the Shelf

I got very a little behind on posting my Elf on the Shelf pictures. L was very busy throughout the month of December (and so was I!

Controlled dice - no more flying around the room. Genius!!!

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Simple solution to all your dice problems! Stick two dice in a small tupperware container. Have the children shake the container and look at the dice. No "throwing" dice or losing them either. I will probably use foam dice as they are noiseless.

Use maps to decorate the back of your book shelves. Great idea! *Awesome for teachers/classrooms/libraries, etc.*

World Bookcase created from yard sale bookcase and dollar store maps! perfect addition to a study, kids room or classroom for your global kids! Could do this to the podium.

Dollar tree handprint turkeys with tag.

Dollar tree handprint turkeys with tag.I want to change this to a Christmas theme.

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