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Bulletin Board Ideas 

February 2014 Bulletin Board Ideas
February 2014 Bulletin Board Ideas

February may be the shortest month of the year, but it is packed full of holidays and bulletin board opportunities.  The 2014 Winter Olympics are held throughout the month, so there is even more reason to celebrate and decorate.  Check out the three ideas below to get you started on creating the perfect February bulletin
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Classroom Library 

5 Tips for Maintaining a Great Classroom Library
5 Tips for Maintaining a Great Classroom Library

The classroom library is one of the most important areas of the learning space.  A welcoming, engaging space leads to more eager readers.  One of the challenges for teachers is to create an environment that is not only functional and organized, but that also captures their students’ attention.  The following tips are great, low-cost ways
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Classroom Management 

Character Education
Character Education

by Diana Remick, Monthly Columnist Just as all children do not come to school with the same background knowledge and foundations for reading, children do not come to school with the same upbringing and values. As educators, we must provide foundations in all content areas, as well as character education. We must decide what is
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Decorating 

Winter Decorating Ideas for the Classroom
Winter Decorating Ideas for the Classroom

It is that time of year again!  The weather is colder and the you and your students are all spending a little bit more time in the classroom.  Making the classroom feel and look even more inviting than it usually does is a great way to beat the wintertime blues.  Check out the following decorating
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Learning Centers 

Small Group Management Ideas for the Classroom
Small Group Management Ideas for the Classroom

Managing small groups can be tricky.  In younger grades, students may need more assistance or have more questions about what they need to complete.  In the upper elementary and middle grades, minimizing distraction is key.  Three really good teachers shared their expertise and ideas for managing small groups instead of letting them manage your classroom.

Organization & Storage 

“I Spy” Sunday – Organized Desks
“I Spy” Sunday – Organized Desks

Are you tired of the clutter on your table or desk?  The truth is that for many teachers, taming the clutter can be challenging, because the papers keep coming in, the books keep piling up, and the time needed to organize is often non-existent.  Don’t worry!  There are products that can help you put papers
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