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What Do I Do Now?  Strategies for Early Finishers. Link in comments

Are your fast finishers always asking you what to do next? Use this bulletin board as a reference for students when they finish their work and have some free time. It makes a great visual reference for students. Each activity card has both words and a

Love the daily routine schedule

analog & digital time for when we change subjects. subjects listed on wall/board so kids can write their own schedule for the day.

Use "secret" hand signals to have students SHOW you what they need.  Each finger…

Use "secret" hand signals to have students SHOW you what they need. Each finger means something different, so the teacher can differentiate what kids need when there are 7 hands raised! Great classroom management technique for nonverbal communication.

This is a unique way to keep track of how your students go home for the day…

This is a unique way to keep track of how your students go home for the day. Created by: Christine Best and used in her grade classroom at Parkridge Elementary

Classroom Jobs - This classroom jobs card set includes 45 different jobs and…

This classroom jobs card set includes 45 different jobs and editable templates. This classroom organization tool will save teachers time throughout the entire school year and get students involved in the classroom.

Editable quick reference flip book to help substitutes find the most important…

Editable quick reference flip book to help substitutes find the most important info they need about your class at a glance. Print on brightly colored paper and hang in a prominent location near your desk so that a new substitute can easily find it, and ha

Tons of classroom organizational ideas and a Daily 5 freebie in this blog post!

For group work/labs Fun and colorful way to organize supplies for your class and add an extra bin for "trash". This keeps students from going to the recycle bin.

Love the bins. Also like how she positioned paper on her table for her doc…

NO TO FILE CABINETS: Storing daily lesson materials, weekly copies, centers, and monthly projects in one organized cabinet makes accessing teaching resources a breeze.