Kleuterschool

Responsibility in a Bucket {kind of

Have a General "Lost" bucket. love this idea, I don't know how many times a day students bring me a pencil or marker that they found on the floor. when someone doesn't have something, go grab from the lost bucket!

No More Stacks of Paper - ORGANIZE!  A place for everything, and everything it its place.  Love this!

Even though this is an elementary classroom, this idea could EASILY be adjusted for upper grade levels. Grade Stuff: Avoid Stacks of Papers - ORGANIZE!

Great for first year teachers! TONS of great ideas for how to prepare for the first day of school.

Great for first year teachers! TONS of great ideas for how to prepare for the first day of school. I have the same folders on a rolling crate for graded papers. At the end of the week a student can hand out the papers to be taken home.

Put names on mailboxes with binder clips! Way better than peeling labels at the end of the year.

Teaching With Love and Laughter: Monday Made It! Put names on mailboxes with binder clips! So easy to rearrange and redo when kids move/come in the middle of the year! Maybe next year

For my fellow OCD teacher friends, this sight is for you....great organization ideas

For my fellow OCD teacher friends, this sight is for you. I'm far from OCD but I could use help on getting organized.

Good way to organize school supplies for little ones!

Craft room organization: Use pegboard and small buckets as functional decor. Eliminate cutter by stashing marking tools, thread, and other small quilting notions in cute painted, wooden, or metal containers.

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"Great for student desk clusters. {image only} Storage bins for student supplies in each area instead of locating them in one congested area. great for classroom flow during activities!" -- If only I had the room for this!

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