Keeping Your Classroom Organized! - Miss Kindergarten

Keeping Your Classroom Organized!

 Is it just me, or do you always feel like you are constantly walking around in circles around your classroom?? It is my biggest pet peeve!! I am all about efficiency so that just drives me crazy! I feel like Rachael Ray stacking all my "ingredients" up in one big pile instead of taking the extra trips while I am setting up my room for the day ;) I realized last year that the one thing I was missing was a "catch all" for my paperclips. Are we aware of how many paperclips we use in a day!? It was driving me nuts! So here is my Paper Clip Tip for you ;)


This little tip has seriously kept me sane so far this year! I hope it helps you too!

21 comments

  1. Hadar, I love your teaching tip. I am going to start doing that. I do agree that it needs a name...hmmm...I'll have to think about this! I'll be in touch!
    Ѽ Lori
    Teaching With Love and Laughter
    luvyorkies@gmail.com

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  2. Someone else must have shared this at some time, because I know I didn't come up with it, but have used it for years. I use baseball card protectors (individual) for this and lots of other things. It makes a smaller version of this that works well without taking up too much real estate on their desks.

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  3. I love this tip! I'll have to use it in my classroom!

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  4. Hi, i am not sure how to add the button to my blog. Can you help me with this? Thank you so much for all your great ideas.
    Katie

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  5. Hey, hey, hey (said to a giddy tune). I have a regular Teaching Tip Tuesday. Am I allowed to link up several times?

    M

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  6. Katie! Right click on the image and save it to your desktop. Then insert the picture into your blog post and press the "link" button at the top. Then in the link box, add the URL to this post. Hope that helps!

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  7. All linked up

    Apparently I am super ditzy today because I forgot to include the link

    Ack, shoot me now

    All better now I think

    Pocket Full of Kinders

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  8. I love this linky party. Thanks for hosting. I am writing done all of these great tips. YAY! I'm always looking for more tricks to my teaching bag of tricks.

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  9. Thank you so much for hosting this party! I have already found some tips that I am going to try out! Can't wait to read more! Thanks again, what a great idea!

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  10. Thanks for the post! Kindergarten math worksheets are prepared carefully to generate interest and fun for children to work on these worksheets. Most worksheets consist of colorful pictures and shapes to carry out without boredom. Same is the case of Kindergarten math sets with numbers 1-20. Parents and teachers can print these worksheets and give to kids as extra practice

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  11. Thanks for hosting this great linky. I enjoyed reading all of the tips.

    Mercedes
    Surfing to Success

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  12. What a great teaching tip! Thanks for the linky party.

    Brittany
    Lovely Literacy & More

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  13. I love your teaching idea. I think it will work well with all grade levels and I can't wait to try it. Great linky idea!

    The REAL Teachers of Orange County

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  14. Your linky party was very helpful! Thanks!

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  15. Hadar,

    Thank you so much for helping me get your button. I was able to figure it out and got it all linked up. Thank you again for taking the time to help. Thanks for coming up with this linky party. There are so many great ideas out there.

    Katie

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  16. What a fantastic idea for a Linky Party, I can't wait to read all the tips!
    http://lovetolearn2012.blogspot.ca

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  17. I finally linked up!!!!!!!!

    Michelle aka Bestie :)

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  18. Hi Hadar - I had to join in on the fun, hope you are having a great week. :o)
    Vicky
    Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

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  19. I lovethat idea. We used to do something similar in the computer lab with cups. Thanks for this!

    Barbara
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

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  20. So excited to LINK up for new and fun teaching tips in the classroom! I am setting my post up now so check in soon! Would love to have you stop by!
    I really like your idea for quick and instant student feedback! I used a similar technique with cards on a ring at each desk.
    Julie
    Ms. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafe

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  21. Thanks for this linky party. It has been one of the more useful to me.

    Liz M.

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