Every teacher wants to stay organized throughout the school year, but it can be difficult to know which bins and materials to use. Each classroom has its unique nooks and crannies to store things, so take a look at some of these classroom organization ideas and see if they might
Category: Planning & Organizing
Starting a new school year means establishing new classroom rules and routines. It also means reorganizing your space to make things flow for the new year. Each year we learn from our mistakes and our classroom gets better and better. We also learn from other more seasoned teachers who have
Flexible seating is everywhere. And it seems like everyone has a really strong opinion. You either love it, you’re thinking about it, or you’re vehemently opposed. If you’re on the fence, this post is for you! I’m tackling some myths and sharing some truths about flexible seating. Myth #1: Flexible
Teachers have about a million little supplies that we use daily. I don’t know about you, but I always seemed to end up with at least one cluttered, unorganized desk drawer full of supplies. Pens. Stickers. Paper clips. White out. Extra staples. Post it notes. Tape. Binder clips… The list
The end of the year is always busy and stressful. Whether your school requires you to pack everything every year or not, there’s ONE box every teacher should absolutely pack at the end of the school year to make sure you get off to a smooth start when you go
As a teacher, I am always on the lookout for cool new tools to make my classroom run more smoothly. I’ve found that some of the best tools come, not from a teacher store, but from your local home improvement store. Here are three of my favorites this year: 1.