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Ginger Bread House:This Can Be Done W/Duct Tape Or Riveting Cardboard Boxes (Inside Out )Together & Cut In The Shape Of A House (& Roof).Draw Paint /Designs As Shown In Picture."Candy Cane Corners": Tape Pringles Cans Together & Cover With Red & White Striped Paper. Lollipops: Cut Out A Few Cardboard Circles & Glue One On Top Of The Other, Cover W/Paper & Paint. Same With Other Items Like Door, Mail Box, Etc.NOTE: Link Doesnt Belong To Picture, But Gives You An Idea On How To Make This.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Cereal Sorting!

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Christmas Card Writing Station (a little delightful)

Christmas Card Writing Station - Looks MUCH nicer than the grocery bag I am using and shoving everything in... :-)

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35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget

Use free boxes from the post office as paper bins. | 35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget

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Make Your Own Table Top Pocket Chart

Make Your Own Table Top Pocket Chart - Super easy to make using file folders and transparency/laminating sheets.

Writing 2- An easy way to get children interested in writing is to have them write letters to the teacher and other students. I would use the mailbox for "students of the week" all of the other students would write nice, encouraging notes to that student. It would also be helpful in the way of teaching respect toward other students.