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Baby Wipes, Cleaning Up Revisited
During the school year, I have the students donate several items for classroom use. Items that are particularly handy are boxes of Baby Wipes, Cleaning Up. These are excellent for wiping hands after r...
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Can, Shoe and Dot Organizers
Recycled tin cans, shoe racks and dot stickers can all be used to organize your classroom supplies. Learn how these inexpensive up-cycles will help you find what you need, when you need it.
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Capturing School Experiences
The school year is filled with special, unforgettable moments, especially for younger students. Ms. Richardson has a unique way of making sure parents can share in these moments.
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Coin Trays
In preparation for teaching math lessons and money skills, Ms. Locke has a unique solution for organizing her classroom’s play money. It’s simple and inexpensive. Find out how she does it.
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Copy Box
I made a copy box because I often found myself in the copy room needing something such as a pencil, white out, or a ruler. I found a small box with a handle on it and included in the box a small stapl...
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Disappearing Pencils
Tired of scrambling to find pencils for unprepared students? Or worse, wondering what happened to all your spare pencils you once had? Ms. Reid has a solution, and it won’t cost you a dime.
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Flaking Paint
Here's a way to keep paint from flaking off of milk cartons. An art teacher once told me to...
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Free Stuff from the Armed Services
I go to the armed services recruiting offices and ask for book covers and pencils. They are usually glad to oblige. They have other free things for classrooms too. I use the free pencils as rewards fo...
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Generic Message Labels
I have a big class so stickers are used up rapidly. I make my own on my computer using address labels. I can make thirty on one sheet. I personalize some and adjust the message according to the studen...
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Gift Bags Serve as Practical Decorations
Like many people Ms. Stoklas has a surplus of gift bag. And like many teachers, she struggles with organizing and decorating her classroom. Find out how she organizes, decorates, and finds practical use for all those gift bags.
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