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Is there something in your kitchen righ tnow that can hekp keep your classrrom organized and teach your students responsibility? Check out Ms. Mayton's tip and find out!
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Adhere Posters with Velcro Dots
Ms. Lesser uses Velcro dots on the back of her posters, walls and cabinets to make it easier to set up or take down, especially during state testing. Read more about how she removes and replaces her posters in an orderly fashion.
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Adjustable Seating Chart
The power of the Post-it Note! See how Ms. Westphal's unique tip can help you track absences, grading and student work.
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Adopting Classroom Pets
How classroom animals can make even reluctant students want to engage.
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After Holiday Sales
Ms. Bergman has creative ideas for using holiday leftovers (ribbons and bows, party favors, etc.) and inexpensive sale items in her classroom long after the holidays are over.
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Alarming Time Management
It's something nearly every teacher needs: more time. If you've got the same wish, this unique tip to manage your classroom schedule might be be music to your ears!
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Another Thought on Buddy Sticks
Buddy sticks are a great way to partner students for activites, but this tip from Ms. Harris creates a new lesson before the activity even begins!
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Arranging Desks
Lori configures her classroom in such a way that her back is never turned. Whether students are working as individuals or in small or large groups, she is always able to make eye contact with every student.
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Assigning Seats
Ms. Zerbe has a great back to school tip for getting to know student names as well as setting the tone for respect for the classroom setup.
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Attendance Without Calling Roll
I use a seating chart so I can quickly take attendance without having to call roll. I keep the charts in my attendance book for easy access and for a sub to use...
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