This summer I wrote about my Classroom Library Organization as part of a Reading in the Wild book study. I talked about how I organize my books and these amazing color-coded library labels that help keep my fiction books in alphabetical order!
My post on Chevron Name Tags for Student Chairs was also a huge hit as teachers were gearing up for the new year!
As another part of the Reading in the Wild book study, I laid out My Reading and Language Arts Schedule this summer to share and discuss with other teachers.
I am always looking for new educational books to read and Ron Clark’s are some of my favorite. After reading The Essential 55, I created these Ron Clark Expectations Posters to hang in my classroom and share with other teachers!
Towards the end of the school year, I wanted to add a new Classroom Management twist to help some of my students keep “blurting” down and learning in full swing. The Blurt Chart using Post-It Notes did the trick and was a great tool to add to my classroom management repertoire.
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