Organize Your Classroom Materials
A collaborative blog by Pre K and Kindergarten specialists. Child growth and development, information, free printables.
Monday Made It-Seat Sacks
Easy and Affordable Seat Sacks-Great way to make extra storage in your classroom! Place pillows on the opposite side for the students backs and seats.
Fabulous in Fifth!
I have seen so many versions of the Boggle Board and I finally made mine. Here it is!!!! My plan was to use it during Daily 5 for Word Work, but I am going to use it once a week as an activity during Morning Meeting. That way everyone will get to it. The board that I fell in love with was on a bulletin board and my dilemma all year was where to put it. Tara at Fourth Grade Frolics posted her version and I had to be a big copy cat...Thanks Tara!!!! Visit her site for the cute letters…
Crayon Organizer with PLAID Paints
A blog about sewing, crafts, baking, cooking, and other homemaking ideas and tips. Come see what I've done so you can do the same things yourself!
Math Manipulative Storage!!
I posted some pictures showing my math manipulative storage at the beginning of the school year, but didn't really go into detail. I am excited to share these pictures with you now because I am SO proud! After state assessments last school year I spent a few days going through and reorganizing all of the manipulatives that I had in order to make room for MORE. Anyway, I will let the pictures speak for themselves--enjoy! :) Thanks for stopping by! :)