Keep your classroom and yourself organized with these practical and easy to use organization ideas for teachers.
A few weeks ago, I shared tips for organizing your classroom library. The response to that blog post has been overwhelming! In the post, I explained that I sort the books in my own classroom library by reading level, as well as theme. Sorting by theme is the easy part.
The library and reading area is an essential part of any classroom. Especially in kindergarten and the younger grades. This is the time when a love for words, books, and reading is sparked in children. This is a comprehensive guide to classroom library organization. It will help you create an
In honor of Earth Day, I am stepping out of my classroom to share today’s Bright Idea. I didn’t travel very far, just down the hall and around the corner to my school’s recycle center. Does your school recycle? This year I took on the task of revamping my school’s
I have been in school for nearly 9 weeks, but the classroom improvements continue! As you know by now, I am teaching in a new building this year and I am lucky enough to teach in a classroom that is simply stunning (it was a collaborative project between myself and Melanie
Ever since my big classroom reveal, I have been getting dozens of questions about how I manage materials and use all the little spaces of my classroom. I am going to try to address as many of your questions as possible in the coming weeks, starting with how I manage
I am so happy to finally share my BRAND NEW Kindergarten classroom with you! My school moved into a new (to us) building this summer and life at school has been interesting, to say the least! Kinder-Craze fans on Facebook have been begging me to share classroom photos. I hope
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Hi, I'm Maria.
After years of teaching kindergarten, I now focus on helping teachers and I’m here to make your job easier. When I’m not doing that you will find me playing with my kids, hanging with the hubby, or occasionally enjoying a little “me” time with an at-home manicure and a vanilla latte. Want to learn more? Check out my story below. I’m sure we have a lot in common!