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Assigning Student Numbers
Keeping up with school supplies, calculators, books, etc. can be daunting. See how Ms. Travis's tip for not only keeping track of supplies but also instilling responsibility in her students.
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Book Binding
If you're looking for a way to make the books your students create last longer, Ms. Barasch shares a great tip. Read all about it and see if her idea can work for you!
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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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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
Ms. Eller grew tired of needing a pencil, or a ruler, or a sticky note whenever she went to the copy room. See what she does now that makes the copy room visit short and sweet - no matter what supply she needs!
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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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Disappearing Pencils II
Get a handle on your ever-dwindling supply of classrom pencils with this unconventional tip that really can work for you!
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Fabric Borders
Ms. Flammang shares a tip for making inexpensive bulletin board shapes, die cuts and borders last longer.
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Generic Message Labels
Stickers get used up so fast that Ms. Davis needed a back-up plan for rewarding students. Here's what she did that her students love just as much!
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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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