Clutter-Free Classroom: Teaching Tips, Ideas and Resources for Elementary Teachers

Hi! If you are new here, allow me to introduce myself! I’m Jodi and I am the owner of the Clutter-Free Classroom. I am a National Board Certified Teacher with 17 years of classroom experience teaching prek, kindergarten, first grade, second grade and third grade.⁣

I am passionate about helping teachers like you be the best educator you can be in a classroom with less mess and less stress. It is my mission to provide you with time-saving tips, tools, and strategies that will allow you to close the classroom door, leave the job behind, and enjoy your personal life on nights, weekends, and school vacations without guilt or sacrificing the quality of your work.

On a personal note, I am a mom of three (a son and identical twin girls). My husband and I collaboratively homeschool (now that is a sentence I never in a million years thought I would write and a blog post of its own waiting to happen) and are absolutely loving the experience. We recently moved from Massachusetts down to Florida full time and are so happy we did!⁣

Jodi Durgin

3 Ways to Connect with Clutter-Free Classroom

Below are 3 ways you can connect with the Clutter-Free Classroom!

1. Join Our Email List

Join the Clutter-Free Email Club, which is 100% free! Club members receive emails from me that include free resources, teaching tips, and much more! Join by heading to the homepage of the Clutter-Free Classroom blog, scrolling to the bottom, and inserting your name and email address.

2. Follow Us on Instagram and Facebook

We are on Instagram and Facebook! We share teacher hacks, inspiration from real elementary classrooms, and much more. We’d love for you to follow us there!

3. Join Our Facebook Group

I also host a free Facebook Group for Teachers.  It is a place for you to ask questions and get answers that will help to make the important work you do each and every day easier. Of course, you are welcome to just read along too.

The group was formed with the goal of being a positive place where I could connect with teachers and help to offer solutions to common problems such as:

  • getting rid of all those PILES of paper
  • creating easy systems for staying organized throughout the year
  • finding ways to create a classroom that runs itself
  • saving you time so you can reclaim your nights and weekends

The Clutter-Free Classroom Facebook Group – Solutions for Busy Teachers is a very supportive and friendly community. We would love to have you join us!

In closing, I’ve been a teacher blogger for over a decade so there is a HUGE library of helpful info that can be right here on this blog. I specialize in classroom organization, classroom management, classroom decor and high-quality teaching resources for 1st through 5th grade. I recommend browsing the blog for helpful teaching tips, ideas, and resources. Thank you for supporting Clutter-Free Classroom!

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