Classroom storage ideas
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Welcome to my classroom! I've changed some parts of my classroom this year and I have to say that I'm loving how everything turned out. Please note that this is my 12th year of teaching and I did not
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Eileen Rishcoff saved to Makerspace
Let these amazing spaces take you to your happy place.
Demetria Jackson saved to Projects to Try
Give your kids some space of their own.
Claire Balsto saved to back to school
Need cheap storage ideas for organizing all the things in your special education classroom? Learn how to be a more organized teacher with these tips and tricks! These classroom organization ideas will help you keep your workboxes, data, file folders, centers, and supplies organized!
Ginger Stahl saved to School
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More Time 2 Teach saved to Classroom Organization
Anyone who knows me knows how much I obsess over keeping things organized. I am by no means a Type A person, but organization is necessary for my sanity. My third year teaching, I started a new job at a charter school that rented its space from a church. The church uses our classrooms on Wednesday nights and Sundays, so we have to break down our rooms twice a week. This wasn’t too much of a challenge my first year there as I was in a big room with lots of storage space. The next year…
Ashley Wolpert Durniak saved to 2nd Grade
Yesterday I posted about how my team makes departmentalizing work in 3rd grade. Today, I'm back with 10 tips that help everything run smoothly. Let's get to it! Tip 1: Label Everything! Printing student names on address labels ahead of time has been my saving grace these past few years. I print an entire sheet
Karen saved to Teacher hacks
The best ideas in classroom organization This includes the best ideas to organize your bookshelves, create an epic teacher cart, plus create the perfect space just for you!
Heidi Snell (Biechy) saved to My Classroom
Inspiring and unique classroom setup ideas for middle and high school. Incorporate classroom decor, fun seating options, and purposeful organization.
Amy Sheppeard saved to Teacher Stuff