You know those nasty drop ceiling tiles the look like cork and are probably full of asbestos? The art teacher at my school has come up with a fantastic way to teach her students about commissioned art pieces and make our ceilings much prettier. ... Read More about Ceiling Tile Art — Customize your Classroom
If you have a few extra manila file folders hanging around, think about making a few of these. When working on nonfiction writing, my students love to use these research folders. The kids love that they get to take notes on 3x5 cards and ... Read More about Two Uses for File Folders
I love these lanyards! I bought three for my teammates a year ago as a back to school gift, and my colleagues loved them so much we ordered 40 more for our staff. I bought one for my fantastic mother-in-law whose nursing colleagues all ... Read More about Personalized Lanyards — Great Gifts!
I am still working on getting these bulletin board items ready for others to download, but I've been looking around at tons of teaching blogs and have been loving (and pinning!) all of the cool classroom pictures, so I wanted to put up some of my ... Read More about Readers and Writers Workshop Bulletin Boards
Need an easy classroom management idea you can implement TODAY? Use Australian Flags along with the book Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day as a classroom management strategy. These work wonders with 2nd and 3rd grade ... Read More about Simple Classroom Management: The Magic of the Australian Flag