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Love your classroom, it is so organized! I am also a huge pinterest fan and it is becoming a serious addiction! Love, love, love the nails but I could not guess what they were until you said what they were supposed to be and now I can't believe that I couldn't see that! It is actually sooo blatantly obvious! I adore your library organizers- please post them! I've pinned your idea! Love your classroom management board and the hall pass! I'm insanely jealous of your large classroom; mine has 30 desks crammed into a space about the size of my master bedroom.
Hope you have a great year. GREAT post! I love all the photos. I knew exactly what you were doing with your nails the second I saw them and I think it's awesome!!! So tempted to try it myself.betpartner.ru/wp-content/124/1694-tempo-no.php
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Love the hall pass idea! I blogged about you! I need I need.. Kari, The cubby shelving unit came with the classroom. I'm sorry to be leaving all the fabulous storage in this classroom too. Oh my! I love the vinyl lettering everywhere, and the amount of space and storage you have in your classroom!! I love the amount of space and storage you have in your room including that awesome teacher desk , and the vinyl lettering is awesome!!
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How did you make your hallpass that hangs around their neck? I LOVe it and need one for my classroom. I completely covered the sign with clear packing tape to adhere the paper and to protect it from splashes. It was relatively easy. Your room looks great!! I took the manicure idea from Pinterest down to my toes I actually think yours turned out better than the ones on Pinterest. I'm not ready to go back but looking at your room inspired me a bit! Anonymous, I made the number magnets using colored stones found in the floral section of my craft store.
I hot glued strong button magnets on the flat side, and wrote the number on the rounded side with a Sharpie. I love your nails! At first, I thought they were candy corn, but I realized they were pencils before I read further. I also love your grandpa sign. Awesome room! I'm a middle school math teacher who struggles with creativity and organization, but I'm getting better. Thanks for the tour.
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Your room is amazing! I found you through The School Supply Addict. Great ideas! A RIOT Loved your nails! I knew right away that they were pencils! I am envious of all the storage space you have! My classroom is so small and hardly any storage! I found your blog from pinterest and I am addicted as well! How did you do the vinyl lettering on the wall? My principal wants to have quotes like that above serveral doorways this year in the hallways. Can you tell me how? I had my vinyl cut professionally by thoughtsinvinyl.
Love your classroom, especially your math bulletin board. May I ask where you got the posters for it? Thank you! I'd like to tell your where to find the posters, but I've been collecting them for years from various different places. I'm sorry. I'm going to be teaching 6th grade next September.
I love your classroom ideas. They are very helpful to me as I have only taught 1st grade.
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It's a big change for me and this blog helped me have a mental image of what a 6th grade classroom should look like. I'm going to teach 6th grade next year coming from 1st grade. Thank you for your ideas. I needed a mental image of how a 6th grade classroom should look. I hope your year is going well. Did you get your room set up the way you wanted it set up? I thought I had ideas and was organized. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. About Me. Labels back to school book organization centers classroom classroom library Featured five for friday free Harry Potter Lester Laminack linky party literacy literature literature circles organization persuasive writing prep reading schedule stations superbowl teacher teacher's day week writer's workshop writing.
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Can I do it? Any regular classroom task which you want to be performed automatically without your direct supervision should be assigned. I usually add and delete jobs over the months as the needs in our classroom change.
I like to have one job for each child in the class, partially so no one feels left out, but mostly because I have so many things that I need help with! There are a few considerations you may want to keep in mind as you select jobs. You may want to:. Allow certain jobs to be done only by students who leave the classroom last at the end of the day. In addition to my regular job system, I give extra responsibilities to car riders the students who are last to be dismissed.
They straighten desks, change the calendar marker to the next day, erase the board, and so on. I work with the car riders to decide who will do each job, and they are responsible for completing them indefinitely until there is a problem or they want to switch.
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Assign some jobs to multiple students. I just list them as Helper 1 and Helper 2 on the job chart, and both are equally responsible. If a helper is out of the room or otherwise engaged, I have my Substitute complete tasks as needed. This comes in handy when an unexpected situation arises, such as the need for passing out extra napkins during a class party.