Classroom Library Organization Made Easy
a MUST have for classroom library. It allows you yo use your smart phone and scan the bar code on your classroom books and then it inputs all of the info for you on a FREE data base. It allows you to let kids scan out the books and check out and check in them, separate them by reading levels and even put down their location in your class room. Did I mention it's FREE!?!?
Inside My Classroom
I enjoyed looking at classroom environment pictures on Pinterest this summer when I was trying to plan how to arrange and decorate my classroom. Here's a little tour around my classroom. I used polka dots
Organize Your Classroom Materials
A collaborative blog by Pre K and Kindergarten specialists. Child growth and development, information, free printables.
Monday Made It: Better Late Than Never
I've been working so hard making things, that I haven't had time to post them! So I'm going to do an all-in-one pinterest show! I'll try to make sure I give credit to where all my ideas came from . . . My hallway display--scrapbook paper, wrapping paper, and the use of my cricut! (Click…
Fabulous in Fifth!
I have seen so many versions of the Boggle Board and I finally made mine. Here it is!!!! My plan was to use it during Daily 5 for Word Work, but I am going to use it once a week as an activity during Morning Meeting. That way everyone will get to it. The board that I fell in love with was on a bulletin board and my dilemma all year was where to put it. Tara at Fourth Grade Frolics posted her version and I had to be a big copy cat...Thanks Tara!!!! Visit her site for the cute letters. …
hot glue two wire magazine racks together and hot glue two tubs on top for markers and erasers. Easier access to the whiteboards - and less random stuff in the bottom of the box!
Crayon Organizer with PLAID Paints
A blog about sewing, crafts, baking, cooking, and other homemaking ideas and tips. Come see what I've done so you can do the same things yourself!