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Divide your whiteboard with colorful borders to create multiple "bulletin boards"

This is on the whiteboard in my classroom where I write our daily schedule. I found giant 8" Googly eyes and used my Cricut to cut vinyl letters from the Sesame Street Font cartridge. Made by Carrie Freeman

Classroom: My whiteboard organization! I used black electric tape to grid my white board. I printed signs for Monday-Friday, weekly agenda, bellwork, today and objective on my computer, glued it to black paper and laminated them! Then taped them up! This helps to keep me and my students organized! :) - image only

Love this idea...a daily focus chart in your meeting area to review the important stuff each day.

The Pinspired Teacher: I love how this long bulletin board is broken up.

I LOVE how she used her board so that each subject can stay up throughout the day. A genius professor of mine once said that elementary school should not feel like a segmented day, "Ok we're done with that now next is this.." It should flow from one to another. This board organization would really help the flow of the day...

Reminder board by the door. You could even take a pic of this and upload it to your class web page

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