Get Organized!

26 February 2011
I have taught a course on Organizational Skills for Teachers and thought I would share my resources with you!  Here is the link for my top organizational tips!  This is a 15 page long packet, click and get organized.



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14 comments:

  1. I just found you through the Link Up, and I have to say I LOVE your Reading Response book! I use it almost weekly for reading comprehension in 2nd grade. Thanks!

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  2. Your blog has quickly become one of my favorites. Thank you for sharing your great ideas!

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  3. This linky party is SO what I need! I am working hard to get organized! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Love it. I SO need to get organized. LOL
    Donna
    http://kinderglynn.blogspot.com/

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  5. I have one large bank box for all my holiday stuff. I love your individual animal pattern boxes. Where did you get them? SO CUTE!

    Cheryl from Mrs Saouds Class

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  6. Thanks ladies! The cow print is contact paper that I use to cover old copy paper boxes. I got it on ebay years ago. I want to change my classroom theme but don't feel like re-doing the boxes!

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  7. This is fantastic! Thanks for linking up!
    Kathleen
    growingkinders.blogspot.com

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  8. Thanks for sharing, Erica! I particularly like your idea of the dot cards for indoor recess - genius!

    Kylie
    Down Under Teacher

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  9. I loved browsing through all your ideas! I had to unexpectedly change classrooms/schools a month before school started and gave up my super organized room that I spent four years getting just right to a room that has set up and then later packed up by another teacher. Thanks so much for the reminder to start off small. A little bit a day does make a huge difference!

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  10. Woo hoo! I just asked our secretary to save copy boxes for me to organize. I was thinking of wrapping them with wrapping paper and then I thought I could decoupage, but CONTACT paper is the answer! I'm a high school Spanish teacher and I have just discovered all the blogging of the elementary school teachers. I have always found my best ideas from elementary school teachers. You are so creative and pay attention to "visual" detail...something high school teachers don't do...and my students love it. Even adults love it! When I do sharing sessions with teachers I always use cute cut outs or clip art. Thank you!

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  11. Erica - thanks so much for all of this advice! It is a great point to make to start small. Thanks again!

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  12. This is great; thanks so much for all of your wonderful resources!

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  14. Organizing can be a chore, but it sure makes life easier in the classroom. Thanks for sharing these great ideas! ~Tava
    teachingtinytreasuresbyt.blogspot.com

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