Erica Bohrer's Classroom: silverware organizer from CVS acts as a supply container for a table
1st Year Stuff
Erica Bohrer's First Grade: Classroom Decor
"Erica Bohrer's First Grade: Photos of My First Grade Classroom" Cute birthday chart!
A simple to make supply caddy from tin cans for silverware, crafting tools, pens pencils....whatever you need!
Erica Bohrer's First Grade: Literacy Learning Centers AMAZING POST - A must read!
Erica Bohrer's First Grade: Thanksgiving Free "Your Teacher is Thankful For You..." and Walnut Turkey Craft
FREE Classroom Money Pack from Laura Candler ~ Classroom money patterns in a variety of denominations as well as directions for setting up
A unique classroom and teaching organizer app for the iPad (created with input from our readers!) | Emerging Education Technology
An older child may like to try their hand at crafting these, while both younger and older children enjoy playing with them. Each box acts as a container for each family and doubles as a container for color matching. Make some today!
This packet has instructions for starting bucket filling in your classroom. Step by step directions for setting up your classroom for bucket filling, as well as a break down of first week activities. This also includes a journal for your students to record their bucket filling acts and set up goals. As a culminating activity, a keepsake journal is available with a bright cover and journal pages for students to fill in about each other. This
Genius! Cube organizer as a changing table! Perfect for once they out grow the changing pad!
Cover six-pack holders with duct tape to use as supply holders. | 35 Money-Saving Classroom DIYs For The Teacher On A Budget
Block Posters [very useful for classroom display as you can make your images as big as you please. Simply upload a picture from your
for the kiddies
How to Build a Root Cellar for Food Storage...You can build a root cellar that acts as a refrigerator in the spring and summer and a safe-from-freezing pantry in the fall and winter.
Such a simple idea for Greek and Latin Roots!!! Posting the root word wheel outside of my door, it acts as a “Password” as my 5th graders enter into my classroom. Each morning, students lead a simple, 3-5 minute activity working with our root - recording it, listing it, picturing it, chanting it, and teaching it.