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Kindergarten Classroom - Sub planning made easy - You need to try this! Teacher Organization, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources, Teacher Stuff, Teacher Hacks, Teaching Ideas, Teacher Treats, Organizing, Future Classroom

Planning for a Sub {Bright Idea}

I don't know about you, but I dread planning for a sub. Actually, I should say that I used to dread planning for a sub. I would spend a really long time planning and prepping and getting everything ready. I finally this year feel like I have perfected my sub plans {only after 8 years of teaching}. Let me show you what I do to make my life so much easier when planning and prepping for a sub. First of all, I have a sub tub. This idea isn't new. It isn't mine. I'm sure you have seen it. You…

didn't i think of this. High Heels in High School: Made 4 Math - 4 Pocket FoldersWhy didn't i think of this. High Heels in High School: Made 4 Math - 4 Pocket Folders Writers Workshop Folders, Math Workshop, Writer Workshop, High School Classroom, Math Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Teacher Organization, Teacher Tools, Teacher Stuff

Made 4 Math - 4 Pocket Folders

Look at all of the awesome stuff I scored at Staples for less than 7 bucks!! The spiral notebook is for my "to-do list" that I keep on my desk (if it's not on a list and not RIGHT in front of my face I always seem to forget to do things), the tissues are for some "teacher survival kits" I'm working on (more on that later), the index card holders don't have a definite use yet, but I'm sure I'll figure out something to do or someway to organize with them, aaaaaaaaand the folders are for my…

Homework Folders / Take Home Folders Stick these {free} labels in your students' take home / homework folders so there is no confusion on which papers should be returned to school and which papers should be kept at home! Beginning Of The School Year, New School Year, First Day Of School, Middle School, High School, School Boy, Teacher Organization, Teacher Hacks, Teacher Stuff

Homework Folders / Take Home Folders

Free sticker labels for teachers to label students' homework folders- Return to School and Keep at Home labels will keep paperwork organized!

Printable Labels for Writing Folders {Free} by Mary Lirette Writers Workshop Folders, Writing Folders, Writer Workshop, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Aids, Classroom Labels, Classroom Ideas

Printable Labels for Writing Folders {Free}

This free document includes instructions on how to create a 4-pocket writing folder as well as labels for: "Author's At Work" cover label, "Writing Tools," "My Ideas," "Work in Progress," and "Ready for the Author's Chair." Cover labels print on 3 1/3" x 4" shipping label. Inside labels print on 1 ...

Printable Labels for Writing Folders {Free} by Mary Lirette Writers Workshop Folders, Writing Folders, Writer Workshop, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Winter Activities

Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives

Today was Day 2 of the new school year! Things are pretty much pulled together in my classroom and I'm still planning on sharing a video to...

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Labels Worksheets & Teaching Resources

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My Writing Folder - D'Nealian Writing Folders, Folder Labels, Letter Formation, Short Vowels, Early Learning, Spelling, Lettering, Early Education, Drawing Letters

My Writing Folder - D'Nealian

Interior pockets sort their work as finished or not finished, while front and back covers feature Zaner-Bloser or D'Nealian print style with letter-formation guides. Six additional early learning guides help children: pronounce long and short vowels, use a number line, write and spell numbers one through ten, and master colors and shapes.