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Time to Organize

Whew! What a busy Spring and early Summer for me. Outside of doing all my fun teaching and training things.. I cleaned house and decluttered things around my house. I reorganized things in a more effective way and I gotta tell ya, I feel great! Starting a new year of school can be refreshing as we reorganize and try new things. Here are 2 classroom organizational tools I hope you can use as you begin to put things together for your classroom.

Use Scholastic’s Classroom Set-Up Tool to organize your classroom virtually. Move things around and then when you have your plan ready, just print and head up to school. I love this!

Many of you have seen this pinned on Pinterest and it is pretty cool. This is an online classroom library organizer. Students can check your books in and out using this amazing system. This one is also free! I have needed this for years! Booksource’s Classroom Organizer

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