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How to make a bookshelf - C.R.A.F.T.
Want to learn how to make a bookshelf? Use pre made wooden crates and stack them according to your needs! It's a great storage solution for shoes or books!
Kindergarten Lessons & Ideas on Instagram: “I love this bulletin board made by @emilythirdandgoal . All students need some inspiration throughout the day. "Be somebody who makes…”
I love this bulletin board made by @emilythirdandgoal . All students need some inspiration throughout the day. "Be somebody who makes everybody feel like a somebody!" -Kid President #earlycorelearning
8 Classroom Makeovers YOU Can Do!
Paperwork? No. Staff meetings? Uh-uh. No raise (again!) Don't even get me started. ...There are a lot of things about teaching that are just. not. fun. BUT one part that is truly enjoyable? Decorating our rooms! I mean, how many of us have gotten sucked into the Pinterest vortex after seeing one picture of someone else's uber cute room? Can I get an Amen?! To help you get a little inspiration for sprucing up your room on a eensy-weensy teacher's budget, I've rounded up a few of the fun…
American Revolution Hands-On Activities for Middle School
Bring history to life for middle school students with hands-on American Revolution activities. These are a fun way to add writing and art into history studies.
Erin Coy Levy on Instagram: “Since we've been learning about the 13 Colonies... #miss5thswhiteboard #whomadethatmessonthebottom #iteachfifth #teachersfollowteachers…”
6 Likes, 1 Comments - Erin Coy Levy (@teachingbythebay) on Instagram: “Since we've been learning about the 13 Colonies... #miss5thswhiteboard #whomadethatmessonthebottom…”
16 "Classy" Decor Ideas for Your Secondary Classroom | Reading and Writing Haven
Middle and high school teachers share 16 inspirational ideas for secondary classroom decorations. Create a meaningful, intentional, effective, and age-appropriate learning environment and classroom culture for your students.
Displaying Student Work - Learning in Wonderland
This year I’ve been trying to focus more on displaying my students’ work in different ways. I tried this idea out a while back but it never felt quite right in my room. And because I wasn’t crazy about the way it looked, I didn’t use it very often to display my kids’ work. This ... Read More about Displaying Student Work
Using Clothespins to Display Student Work - Learning in Wonderland
I’m linking up today with Owl-ways Be Inspired to show you how I am using clothespins in the classroom. I use clothespins a few different ways. One of my favorites is to display student work. This is the display I created: I created it with some scrapbook paper, clothespins and some ribbon. The clothes pins ... Read More about Using Clothespins to Display Student Work