Ten Pin Linky and Giveaways!

Hi there!

I have decided to link up again with Ashley Reed of Just Reed for her great Ten Pin Linky Party! This week (the last week ): ) is all about Back to School Pins!


Here are my 10 favorites:

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This has a great "how-to" on making these! I'm so making one of these for my classroom this year! Organization is key!

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Who doesn't love Ladybug's Teacher Files?! I know I do! I love the idea and instructions provided of how to color code your classroom library! Definitely a back-to-school must-do for me!

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I did this idea last year. Check out my post here. It worked great and I'm totally going to implement it again this year :)

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Such a great idea - especially in a small classroom! I will be making one of these for next year!

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I love the idea of having work for early finishers that focus on different specific skills needed for different students. I don't know if having large boxes like this to organize them will be the way I go, but I would love to figure something out for the school year!

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I'm currently working on developing my own Teacher Binder, and am looking into any and all posts on ways to help a teacher stay organized! I love this post by Kindergarten Works!

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I made one of these last year using Wordle. I like to have a welcome sign on the first day of school, and what a better way to show kids they belong than with a collection of all the students' and teachers' names!

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I think anything to get the kids exploring their new environment with their new classmates is gold! I love the idea of having a scavenger hunt for the first day of school - I particularly love the visuals!

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I love first week read alouds - especially Chrysanthemum! This site has fun ideas to pair with this read aloud :)

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And finally, if you know anything about my classroom - I LOVE visual schedules. WOrking with special needs kiddos, it is so important to incorporate picture schedules throughout the classroom. It's a great way to support executive functioning skills.

There you have it - my Top Ten Back to School Pins! I have soooo many school and classroom-related pins on my Classroom board. Check it out for more great ideas :)

In other "news"...

Everyone NEEDS to check out The Teaching Tribune's outstanding blog hop and giveaway! Win some fabulous prizes, get some amazing freebies, and meet some new bloggers! What could be better?!

I also want to shout out Sarah at Teaching is Colorful for reaching over 50 followers on her TPT store! CONGRATS! And as a thank you to her loyal followers, she is hosting a fabulous giveaway - a $10 credit toward anything in her store! Check it out below :)
Tori from Tori's Teacher Tips is having a wonderful Math Giveaway! Check it out below!
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1 comment

  1. Hi Rae! I am a new follower!!
    I love the binder idea. I just made up some "quick math" sheets that I will use in my small group and need way to flip through them each day. This may just work. But my pages go the other way...hmmm...I will need to think that through some more. But thanks!!
    Em
    Curious Firsties

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Thanks for the comments! I look forward to reading them :)

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