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GENIUS!!! Turning in papers

Sharing Thursday #5 ~ Turning in papers

So I shared that one of my teaching pet peeves is when a student says, "I don't know." I am making it my mission this coming year to give...

This lovely display uses a chalkboard theme with green ribbon to showcase student work. :) pinned by Jodi from The Clutter-Free Classroom

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

Task Card Corner... The MOTHERLOAD of all task cards & classroom organization.. Must read blog!!! Believe me!!

Task Card Storage & Organization

I am SO excited to bring you this post! I get emails, comments, and questions from people all the time asking me how I store my task cards....

This is a great reading chart to have in any grade, including 4th - 8th grade classrooms! It is a chart that talks about goals students have for their reading and when they achieve different steps they can move up on the poster. I think it would be a great incentive in the classroom for kids to want to read more! I would probably make mine a little more colorful and creative, but I love the idea!

Anchor Charts: Reading and Writing Goals | Teaching and Tapas

Looking for anchor charts that remind students of their reading goals or writing goals? I have the perfect solution! If you have read many of my blog posts, you would know that I really love lamination+vis a vis markers! I think this obsession is because I used to work in a school without a laminator. My current school is very generous with our laminator and I am SO GRATEFUL! Anyway,

Create a chalkboard anywhere!  Cool ideas for using chalkboard paint or strips in the classroom.

Create Chalkboard Stations on Anything

Every year, a new "must have" item emerges. Remember the flexible bright wristbands? Or skinny jeans? Okay, if we go back farther, remember Tickle Me Elmo? Today, the new rage is chalkboard mania. Chalkboard paint and chalkboard strips are everywhere. On today's post, we will investigate some ways that these tools can be adapted for use in the classroom. There are chalkboard sheets and chalkboard paints. They are available in most craft stores. Chalkboard sheets were used for these classroom…

Resource Room Roundabout: Special Education Communication Logs

I am back.....

Yikes! I really thought I had blogged since this month's currently. In the last ten days I have been busy getting projects done in the classroom and at home. Now that summer school and my tutoring are over I have had more time to focus on classroom projects. If you follow me on Instagram you have seen a few of the projects I have been working on in the new addition to my classroom. It is coming along slowly and even though I have got a few additional projects done, I really need to pick up…

IEP progress monitoring binder that helps special education teachers stay better organized during the end of each school quarter, while completing students’ data collecting. This binder was designed to monitor IEP goals weekly – for 9 weeks and to monitor students’ quarterly progress. Great resource to have in the classroom. Huge time saver!

Charley's Classroom

IEP progress monitoring binder that helps special education teachers stay better organized during the end of each school quarter, while completing students’ data collecting. This binder was designed to monitor IEP goals weekly – for 9 weeks and to monitor students’ quarterly progress. Great resource to have in the classroom. Huge time saver!

Multi-Grade Matters: Ideas for a Split Class: Word Work Organizational Chart

Word Work Organizational Chart

Calm and focused are two words that popped into my head as I walked into Lisa's class during word work time. It takes teacher organization...

Mrs. H.'s Resource Room: {FREEBIE} The Little List that Changed my Life ;) A checklist for IEP meetings

{FREEBIE} The Little List that Changed my Life ;)

Special education teachers! Raise your hand if you are knee deep in paperwork and can feel the piles falling in! I see your hands! I'm ri...

Love the idea of using fabric around a desk or table

Classroom Digs: Teacher Week 2013

It's time for Day 2 of Teacher Week 2013. I had a great time co-hosting yesterday's post and if you missed that, you can check it out {HERE}. Today is all abut classroom digs. As you know, I recently moved to Atlanta, so today, I am showing pictures of my classroom in SC. This was BY FAR my favorite classroom, so I feel that it is a perfect time to revisit this little space. One of my favorite things about being a teacher is the fact that I get to design and decorate my very own classroom! I…

I am in love with this idea! I would love to have this up in my resource room!

I am in love with this idea! I would love to have this up in my resource room!

Create, Teach, and Share: Classroom Creation- DIY chalkboard table

Classroom Creation

Okay, before we create give me a second to wipe the dust off of this blog... Much better! As you can clearly see, it's been a looooong time since I have posted on my blog. I really do have a great reason, but to be honest, I would have to write a book to fully explain why. Just trust me...my life needed me more than my blog did. HOWEVER...I'm baaack! Woo hoo!! I am super excited to share my classroom creations and upcoming classroom with you guys! It's amazing how much time and money we…