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Task Develop guidelines for success - I think the group work expectations chart would be helpful at the beginning of the year because it gets student to see what the teacher is expecting of them through out the school year.
You know how kids destroy puzzle boxes?!?! Well, now they don't! I moved the puzzles into shoe boxes from Target which are cute and cheap. Then I cut out the picture from the puzzle box and taped it to the top of the shoe box and voilà!
This is part of my math center. Here is where I store the math tubs that hold our manipulatives. The bins and shelves are labeled so the kiddos know where to put things back. I also keep the play doh here and a few other centers as you'll see.
As I started to unpack my closets I just began to out things where they go. These book boxes are from Teacher Heaven a few years ago and although they cost a pretty penny, they are super durable and worth it. I left the name tags from last year, but what's nice is that I just slap a new label on top and write my new kids' names!
The beginning workings of my library. I keep all these books organized and in the green baskets when I pack them in my closets so as I open closets I find more and more green baskets! The two purple baskets on top are usually books that only I use during read alouds, but I also use them as reading incentives: good readers get to borrow my baskets during Readers' Workshop! I also have a ton of Pete the Cat books which I use the same way.