Category:Classroom Setup
Setting Up A Daily School Routine

Setting Up A Daily School Routine

Ask any veteran teacher, “what’s the best way to create a positive and productive environment in your classroom?” and you’ll hear the same answer over and over. Setting up a daily school routine is crucial. Our young students thrive in a safe and consistent...

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How to Print Poster-Sized Anchor Charts

How to Print Poster-Sized Anchor Charts

Do you have some PDF resources that would make fantastic anchor charts? But, you’ve never actually made them into charts - because that would require some serious art skills (and time!!)  Well, did you know that it's possible (and super quick!) to print your...

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11 Amazon Organization Tools For Your Classroom

11 Amazon Organization Tools For Your Classroom

As a teacher, having an organized classroom is a must. Achieving this, however, can be super tough! With all of the paper, supplies, and learning resources necessary to do our jobs properly, keeping the classroom organized is usually a year-long struggle. However,...

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How to Organize Math and Literacy Centers

How to Organize Math and Literacy Centers

Teaching math and literacy in the primary grades involves a lot of tools and papers, especially in your centers. So how do we organize our math and literacy centers? The key to effective center planning is top-notch math center organization of all your materials....

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First or Second Grade Classroom Set Up

First or Second Grade Classroom Set Up

Set up your first or second grade classroom for success! A good classroom setup will feel like each group has enough space to complete their task. This means that materials have a designated spot. Also, the flow of traffic is not too crowded or too open. Read on to...

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DIY Mini Anchor Chart Stand

DIY Mini Anchor Chart Stand

Do you ever wish you had another set of hands at your guided reading or guided math table? An anchor chart stand is the answer. These are great for holding visuals, directions, anchor charts, vocabulary cards, or an example of a task the students need to complete....

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Math Centers Storage

Math Centers Storage

You have all these math centers but now what?  Are you wondering what the best math centers storage options are for your classroom?  I have a bunch of storage options that can work for any budget! Math Centers Storage Options on Video If you'd prefer to skip...

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How to Make Large Bulletin Board Letters

How to Make Large Bulletin Board Letters

Have you ever wondered how teachers are making these beautiful bulletin board letters? This post outlines a step by step set of directions to create large bulletin board letters that stand out and look amazing! Step 1:  Gather Your Supplies and Print To create...

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Flexible Seating

Flexible Seating

Have you heard of flexible seating?   Many teachers are transforming their classrooms in an effort to make their learning spaces more student-centered.  When I started posting to Instagram and Facebook about my class moving to flexible seating, I was flooded with all...

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2015-2016 Classroom Reveal

2015-2016 Classroom Reveal

This post contains affiliate links for Amazon. By purchasing an item on the Amazon site using these links, I will receive a small commission on your purchase. For more information about my Disclosure Policy, please visit this link. PHEW!  It's ready!  It's ready! ...

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