if we don't get cubbies for next year, something like this for sign papers would be a space saver.  it could go on the closet doors or on the wall behind my desk.

Something like this for papers would be a space saver. Could go on the closet doors or on the wall behind desk. Could use for take home papers or unfinished work OR STUDENT INFO BEHIND TEACHER DESK

Clutter-Free Classroom - communication between home and school. Could use in my daily homework folder. I like the clear page protector pocket. Helpful for kids and parents.

Clutter-Free Classroom - communication between home and school. Could use in my daily homework folder. I like the clear page protector pocket. Helpful for kids and parents. Use ziplock bag instead of page protector.

Label students' Take Home Folders with "Keep at Home" and "Return to School" stickers to help organize and manage the paperwork going from school to home.

Label students' Take Home Folders with "Keep at Home" and "Return to School" stickers to help organize and manage the paperwork going from school to home.

Keep guided reading groups straight by labeling boxes with coordinating duct tape to match students' folders! {no link, but pic is self explanatory} #classroomorganization

Keep guided reading groups straight by labeling boxes with coordinating duct tape to match students' folders! Or writing folders

Data Folders for students to track their own progress (need these for evaluation time)

Welcome to First Grade Room individual Student Data Folders-great for at a glance parent conferences, RTI, etc.

Absent folders-put on absent student's desk to collect work throughout the day.  Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!

Absent folders-put on absent student's desk to collect work throughout the day. Terhune's First Grade Site!

Take Home Folders and Weekly Progress Reports are the perfect way to communicate student progress, work habits, and behavior with parents. I used these in my upper elementary classroom every year!!

Using Take Home Folders for Parent Communication

Take Home Folders and Weekly Progress Reports are the perfect way to communicate student progress, work habits, and behavior with parents. I used these in my upper elementary classroom every year!!

folders and journals for writing workshop

I like the idea of using folders and journals for writing workshop and keeping them in a special spot. - maybe separations by groups?

Primarily Speaking: Weekend Warriors: November Necessities {Saturday's List}

Weekend Warriors: November Necessities {Saturday's List}

Teach your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students to monitor their own progress and take ownership of their learning using data folders. Simple and effective classroom management tips for using data folders in the primary classroom. Download the free starter kit while you’re there!

Managing Data Folders in the Primary Classroom

Teach your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students to monitor their own progress and take ownership of their learning using data folders. Simple and effective classroom management tips for using data folders in the primary classroom. Download the free starter kit while you’re there!

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