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Organizing the kindergarten classroom.  I really like the idea having their own color supply containers.

my classroom

my classroom is ready for the children to arrive... the front of my classroom our meeting area and Smartboard my desk and reading area my chart board...as we create charts they will go on this board science, nonfiction books and math manipulative art/writing center writing workshop organization, computers and listening center my room is ready and I am looking forward to meeting my new kindergarten friends this week click HERE to check out more about my classroom visit my TpT store for…

ORGANIZE! This site has a multitude of ideas for organizing supplies, your classroom or a resource room in your church.

bulletin boards – Teaching Help

Editable Superhero themed items for classroom - certificates, labels, rules poster, display banner, etc.

Superheroes

This section contains a collection of primary (EYFS and KS1) teaching resources designed to encourage superhero play. It includes a collection of unofficial superhero illustrations that can be edited in order to create all manner of bespoke resources that will engage and educate young children. You may also be interested in our lesson plan about Spiderman.

The Resource(ful) Room blog! The Supply drawers, pencil dispenser, eraser holders, and all the things we need for small groups!

Labels for Classroom Supplies | Free printables from Scholastic Instructor Magazine.

Printable Labels for Classroom Supplies | Scholastic

Labels for Classroom Supplies | Free printables from Scholastic Instructor Magazine.

Thought this was a good idea to keep all the colors color cordinated and organized! And if they happen to get mixed up, well the student who finishes early or the one who needs something to do can organize them for you!

Management, Crayons, and some Freebies!

Our second week in first grade has come and gone and I have to tell you I cannot be more thankful that it has ended with a 3 day weekend! Labor Day always has good timing. This week we practiced, reinforced, and practiced a bit more all of the good habits that we learned in our first week. In my class I present my expectations not as rules, but as "good habits". We chat about good habits (saying please and thank you!) versus bad habits (picking your nose...) and what kinds of habits we…

This is for school supplies for each kid, but I think this would be a great idea to keep scissors, tape, stapler, and all this miscellaneous tools you might need and usually keep in a junk drawer.

Getting Organized for Back to School - The Happy Scraps

Get Organized for Back to School

Mission Organization: Organizing All Those Little School Supplies » A Modern Teacher

Don't leave! I'd love for you to stay. - A Modern Teacher

Looking for classroom and teacher organization ideas? If you've come over from pinterest and it brings you here, please don't leave! See the links below!

Those would work for units!

The Ultimate Classroom Tour

Welcome! Here is the view of our first grade hallway at Wayland Bonds Elementary! This year we decided to go with a camping theme. We made our doorways look like log cabins by making logs out of butcher paper. We all bought a pine tree from Mardels. I also had my mom sew red and white checker curtains for each of our windows. Each one of our doorways has our names on them out of the wooden letters you can purchase from Hobby Lobby or Michaels. Here is the camping welcome sign as you enter…

Use tape to separate table space! Why have I never thought about this!!

Did I mention???

Did I mention that I have a fabulous student teacher this year? Well, if I haven't yet I am now because let me tell you she is great! She ...

Here's an idea for creating a pocket for your notebook to hold unfinished work, loose cards, and small materials.

Making a Pocket From an Envelope

Photo tutorial for making a pocket from a manila envelope. Use the pocket in your homeschool notebook for holding bulky or precious items.

this is DIY also.  with a tutorial on this blog

This is good to use on a daily basis to ensure that every student participates at least once a day in classroom discussions. This correspond to the NYS Teaching Standards: Element IV.2 Students are actively engaged in learning and Element IV.3 Teachers facilitate instructional groupings to maximize student participation, cooperation, and learning.

Fluttering Through the Grades -

A blog about top teaching tips that keep learning fun!

Want a head start on next year's planning? Why reinvent the wheel? I created file folders for each week and run an extra copy of any resource I use to reference next year on that week. I also jot down notes on a planning template to make planning easier too. Lesson plan template and file labels included in my "Teacher's File Cabinet." Link in profile. #getahead #worksmarternotharder #organization

Joanne Miller on Instagram: “Want a head start on next year's planning? Why reinvent the wheel? I created file folders for each week and run an extra copy of any…”

1,151 Likes, 119 Comments - Joanne Miller (@headoverheelsforteaching) on Instagram: “Want a head start on next year's planning? Why reinvent the wheel? I created file folders for each…”

how to organize sunday school supply room | Kindergarten Milestones: Back To School: New Classroom Pics Part Two

Peace, Love, and First Grade: Changing out those Labels!

SUPPLY LABEL ORGANIZATION

Classroom Supply Labels for teachers

Vinyl cutouts on tables can be written on with dry erase markers. | 25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

Vinyl cutouts on tables can be written on with dry erase markers.

You'll be the talk of the teacher's lounge with these smart classroom ideas.

So much better than a the box full of crayons that you have to sort though!

Crayon Organizer with PLAID Paints

A blog about sewing, crafts, baking, cooking, and other homemaking ideas and tips. Come see what I've done so you can do the same things yourself!

teacher desktop organizer, with weekly plan on the front.  she has tabs for:  to copy, to do, to file, to send home & next week.  the cute printable to do list is sticking up in the back :)  this blog has lots of cute ideas for classroom!

Classroom organization finds shared by some very creative teachers - great pictures and ideas!

18 Amazing Classroom Organization Tips & Tricks

Summer has finally arrived for me! And somehow one week of summer vacation has me itching to plan for next school year or at least for the cute pinterest inspired part of starting a new school year. Not so much the actual work part though! Keep reading for some awesome classroom organization ideas! Ready to […]

185 Ideas to Organize your Classroom NOW! {RoundUP at RainbowsWithinReach}

185 Ideas for Classroom Organization 2014 and Beyond!

185 Ideas for Classroom Organization 2014 and Beyond! Organize Materials and Manipulative Materials in the Early Childhood Classroom {Preschool + Kindergarten} RoundUP at RainbowsWithinReach

Debbie Diller math stations. Purchased at IKEA. Each box has leveled activities. Love having 2 kids/station instead of 4!

The Space Coast Teacher

It has been FOREVER since I have blogged. I'm so excited to share some new things. I have been busy this summer making new products that I have desperately needed for my classroom. The first is Venn Diagram Topic Cards. We were asked at an in-service to focus on the topic of animals and create a lesson plan. My entire team had just purchased a Venn Diagram pocket chart from Carson Dellosa. We wanted to be able to give the kids cards related to the topic and have them discuss and place them…

She has so many cute ideas for a fun and organized classroom!

Open House Week & New Teacher Blog Tuesday

It continues... Open House Week! Today's topic? Classroom Photos! Now, I already posted pics of my new classroom but I hadn't uploaded them to my Classroom Photos Link above... until now! Well, I'm working on it... Here are the my newest classroom pictures. I meant to take more today, you know some worn-in classroom pictures BUT my sister called and asked if I wanted to go swimming with her and my nephew after work and, well, you know what happened, right? I rushed home and went swimming…

Decorative duct tape to liven up generic plastic organizers.  Now I just have to finish grading before I embark on this...

Fifth Grade Frenzies

Welcome to the crazy life of a fifth grade teacher! ENJOY!

Table top organizer that can be put directly into a 31 bag to take home...genius!  www.mythirtyone.com/vanessahabben

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Organizing the kindergarten classroom.  I really like the idea having their own color supply containers.

my classroom

my classroom is ready for the children to arrive... the front of my classroom our meeting area and Smartboard my desk and reading area my chart board...as we create charts they will go on this board science, nonfiction books and math manipulative art/writing center writing workshop organization, computers and listening center my room is ready and I am looking forward to meeting my new kindergarten friends this week click HERE to check out more about my classroom visit my TpT store for…

ORGANIZE! This site has a multitude of ideas for organizing supplies, your classroom or a resource room in your church.

bulletin boards – Teaching Help

Editable Superhero themed items for classroom - certificates, labels, rules poster, display banner, etc.

Superheroes

This section contains a collection of primary (EYFS and KS1) teaching resources designed to encourage superhero play. It includes a collection of unofficial superhero illustrations that can be edited in order to create all manner of bespoke resources that will engage and educate young children. You may also be interested in our lesson plan about Spiderman.

The Resource(ful) Room blog! The Supply drawers, pencil dispenser, eraser holders, and all the things we need for small groups!

Labels for Classroom Supplies | Free printables from Scholastic Instructor Magazine.

Printable Labels for Classroom Supplies | Scholastic

Labels for Classroom Supplies | Free printables from Scholastic Instructor Magazine.

Thought this was a good idea to keep all the colors color cordinated and organized! And if they happen to get mixed up, well the student who finishes early or the one who needs something to do can organize them for you!

Management, Crayons, and some Freebies!

Our second week in first grade has come and gone and I have to tell you I cannot be more thankful that it has ended with a 3 day weekend! Labor Day always has good timing. This week we practiced, reinforced, and practiced a bit more all of the good habits that we learned in our first week. In my class I present my expectations not as rules, but as "good habits". We chat about good habits (saying please and thank you!) versus bad habits (picking your nose...) and what kinds of habits we…

This is for school supplies for each kid, but I think this would be a great idea to keep scissors, tape, stapler, and all this miscellaneous tools you might need and usually keep in a junk drawer.

Getting Organized for Back to School - The Happy Scraps

Get Organized for Back to School

Mission Organization: Organizing All Those Little School Supplies » A Modern Teacher

Don't leave! I'd love for you to stay. - A Modern Teacher

Looking for classroom and teacher organization ideas? If you've come over from pinterest and it brings you here, please don't leave! See the links below!

Those would work for units!

The Ultimate Classroom Tour

Welcome! Here is the view of our first grade hallway at Wayland Bonds Elementary! This year we decided to go with a camping theme. We made our doorways look like log cabins by making logs out of butcher paper. We all bought a pine tree from Mardels. I also had my mom sew red and white checker curtains for each of our windows. Each one of our doorways has our names on them out of the wooden letters you can purchase from Hobby Lobby or Michaels. Here is the camping welcome sign as you enter…

Use tape to separate table space! Why have I never thought about this!!

Did I mention???

Did I mention that I have a fabulous student teacher this year? Well, if I haven't yet I am now because let me tell you she is great! She ...

Here's an idea for creating a pocket for your notebook to hold unfinished work, loose cards, and small materials.

Making a Pocket From an Envelope

Photo tutorial for making a pocket from a manila envelope. Use the pocket in your homeschool notebook for holding bulky or precious items.

this is DIY also.  with a tutorial on this blog

This is good to use on a daily basis to ensure that every student participates at least once a day in classroom discussions. This correspond to the NYS Teaching Standards: Element IV.2 Students are actively engaged in learning and Element IV.3 Teachers facilitate instructional groupings to maximize student participation, cooperation, and learning.

Fluttering Through the Grades -

A blog about top teaching tips that keep learning fun!

Want a head start on next year's planning? Why reinvent the wheel? I created file folders for each week and run an extra copy of any resource I use to reference next year on that week. I also jot down notes on a planning template to make planning easier too. Lesson plan template and file labels included in my "Teacher's File Cabinet." Link in profile. #getahead #worksmarternotharder #organization

Joanne Miller on Instagram: “Want a head start on next year's planning? Why reinvent the wheel? I created file folders for each week and run an extra copy of any…”

1,151 Likes, 119 Comments - Joanne Miller (@headoverheelsforteaching) on Instagram: “Want a head start on next year's planning? Why reinvent the wheel? I created file folders for each…”

how to organize sunday school supply room | Kindergarten Milestones: Back To School: New Classroom Pics Part Two

Peace, Love, and First Grade: Changing out those Labels!

SUPPLY LABEL ORGANIZATION

Classroom Supply Labels for teachers