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Serious sanity saver.... how to get your kiddos all caught up by Friday every week (without chasing them down or giving up your lunch hour!)

How to get your kiddos all caught up by Friday every week (without chasing them down or giving up your lunch hour)! Implement an Unfinished Business Bin and a designated Ketchup Time to make sure everyone is caught up and all work is turned in.

paper drop (lost papers no name...

Free paper drop organizational system - everything you need to organize paper collection in your classroom! LOVE THIS IDEA & assigning this as a student job to be my checker-may need to give that job to "usual suspects,"

Nonfiction response ideas

10 Nonfiction Activity Ideas for Kids -- These would be great to put into a menu choice board for nonfiction book reports.

great site with loads of ideas for kids who finish quickly

Early Finisher - 30 sites for students who finish early, games, activities - I need to take from these and create my own list that I'll post on my class website

WOW! great website

WOW! great website

Worksheets by grade. just click the worksheets tab at the top of the page. So handy for combating that summer brain drain! I think the kids and I will incorporate a "School Day" one day a week this summer :)

Teaching and Tapas: 2nd Grade in Spain: Reading Workshop tips that are workin' for me!

Reading Workshop tips that are workin' for me

Super system to see who has turned in homework.  Kids' number on the front, then they flip it to the back (smile face) when work is turned in.)

This clothespin system will help you keep track of who has turned in their homework. Numbers corresponding to students on one side of clothes pin and smiley face on the other. Students flip their clothespin to the smiley face when they turn things in.

From the second day of school, students know when they walk through the classroom door each morning that the first thing they need to do is put their red homework folder in their mailbox with their homework on top- would save SO much time!!!

From the second day of school, students know when they walk through the classroom door each morning that the first thing they need to do is put their red homework folder in their mailbox with their homework on top- would save SO much time!

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