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HOW TO DECLUTTER A CLASSROOM

Over time it is nearly impossible not to collect too much stuff in your classroom.  Thoughtful veteran teachers passing along resources to you, the classroom you move into having a retired teacher’s full teaching collection, your own yard saling hobby, and personal spending habits at Amazon or the local teacher

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So I Ironed a Wall

Here’s the thing… I don’t iron.   Ever! My son used Fuse Beads in the Afterschool Program and asked if we could buy some. I obliged and then he said we would need to go to Target and buy an iron. He’s almost 7 and very aware of his environment

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PRINTABLE CLASSROOM CLOCK LABELS to TEACH TELLING TIME

Imagine this… As you read aloud a nonfiction science text during your text features unit, you are projecting the book using a document camera.  You encourage students to raise their hand to share when they see a text feature that they have learned about.  You model what that looks like

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PRINTABLE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM SCHEDULE DISPLAY IDEAS

Students thrive on structure and routine and behavior issues decrease when children know what to expect. Are you looking for a way to do this? Schedule cards are the answer! They make it quick and easy for you to create a visual display outlining your day. This schedule cards display

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50+ Classroom Door Decoration Ideas for 2021

Having classroom door decorations is a great way to welcome your students, make your learning environment warm and inviting, and show off your creativity! You can tie it into your classroom decorations theme, school-wide theme, or create a classroom door display that stands on its own. You could go with

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How to Create Classroom Storage Using Laundry Baskets

It’s classroom storage week for the 2013 Clutter-Free Classroom Project. If you, or someone you know, is even a wee bit handy this may be a wonderful and frugal option for storing classroom items. I like it because it is spacious, fairly open, and versatile. You could use colorful laundry

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