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Master Classroom Binder Tips. Looks perfect for elementary classroom, but I think it'll be easy enough to alter it for high school

Master Classroom Binder Tips. Looks perfect for elementary classroom, but I think it'll be easy enough to alter it for high school

Free for a limited time! These sophisticated, yet fun and whimsical binder covers and classroom signs will be just what you need to keep yourself and your classroom organized! For the elementary, middle or high school teacher! You will receive 24 different pages that are all editable and customizable to fit you!

Teacher Binder Covers & Class Signs {Coffee Talk} Back to School Printables

Free for a limited time! These sophisticated, yet fun and whimsical binder covers and classroom signs will be just what you need to keep yourself and your classroom organized! For the elementary, middle or high school teacher! You will receive 24 different pages that are all editable and customizable to fit you!

Education to the Core: Create A Simple, Easy, and Free Emergency Sub Plan Kit

Create A Simple, Easy, and Free Emergency Sub Plan Kit

20 Things New Teachers Need to Know! These tips are right on target! A great post by We Are Teachers!

20 Things New Teachers Really, Really Need to Know (According to The Vets

20 Things New Teachers Need to Know! These tips are right on target! A great post by We Are Teachers!

So excited to share this with everyone!  This is an EDITABLE classroom organizer specifically for middle and high school teachers! It is a black and white theme for easy printing!

Teacher/Life Planner for UPPER Grades: Black & White Sophistication - Editable

So excited to share this with everyone! This is an EDITABLE classroom organizer specifically for middle and high school teachers! It is a black and white theme for easy printing!

1. Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. 2. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. 3. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school.

1. Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. 2. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. 3. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school.

How I Use Mailing Labels to Grade My Students' Notebooks | The TpT Blog

How I Use Mailing Labels to Grade My Students' Notebooks

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