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"Shimmy" Lightweight Chandelier - Light Gold

"Shimmy" Lightweight Chandelier - Light Gold

Lightweight, shiny and FUN! Shimmy is one style of chandelier that we offer and we have an awesome selection to choose from!

I made one similar for my girls rooms.  But I painted the yardstick and clothespins to match their rooms.  GREAT for displaying all the artwork that comes home!

Back to school: Ideas to save money, space and time

Display your kid’s artwork with this DIY project. Uses a yardstick and large clothespins. Ruler Clip Art Rails via Ana White Display your kid’s artwork with this DIY project.

FREE! Now this is a great PBIS form. This is perfect for those kids who never seem to get recognition.

Positive Office Referral

Positive Office Referral Now this is a great PBIS form. This is perfect for those kids who never seem to get recognition.

File cabinet makeover in 30 minutes for classroom organization

File cabinet makeover in 30 minutes for classroom organization - This is awesome! She has editable templates included Ideas for the Special Education Classroom

record directions for centers

Talk Point- Simple buttons record and replay up to 10 seconds of clear sound. Use for activity instructions, reminder messages, word or sound practice, math fact exercises, speech therapy and more.

Children's Outfits for the WHOLE week!- I can totally see you guys doing this :)

Keep kids organized - Organize a plastic dresser and use labels for the days of the week. Not only will this keep your kid’s clothes organized, but it can also teach young children about the days of the week.

grumpy. mad. classic look

Your first graders brain - The first graders brain, and all the other grade levels and corresponding development. Really eye opening. These articles can be printed off to share with parents. Other grade levels are available!

For students who fly through problems and get them incorrect...would Change it a little but great idea!

"Ticket" students who finish quickly and miss a lot of problems. Over time, repeat offenders may lose their "license" to participate in fun activities! Idea to thing about trying.

Are you wondering how to organize your classroom library? This classroom organization tip from The Clutter-Free Classroom will show you how to use clothespins to keep track of books.

Library Clips - Students clip their clothespin on the basket when they get a book. When they finish, they find their clip to put the book back into the correct basket

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