Get your students organized!
Build a chair pocket to store their readers or agendas, etc.! To download your FREE instructions to make your very own,
Find free teacher resources such as lesson plans, worksheets, tips and more.
Jessica Meacham is a First Grade teacher with over ten years experience and a member of our Educator Advisory Committee. Visit her website for teaching tips from A to Z.
Carol Schenk, Educational Consultant for Copernicus Educational Products shares some tips for organizing your primary and/or junior classroom.
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Time Saving Trick for Teachers!
On one of our school visits we encountered this awesome trick! Use re-sealable plastic bags as liners for the paint pots in your Double Sided Art Easel (PDR11). Not having to clean the paint pots out daily is a huge time saver for teachers.
Let's take this a step further and make it more planet-friendly by using biodegradable bags found in most grocery stores.
Get Growing with the Simple Sensory Center!
On a recent school visit, we discovered a kindergarten class had a great idea for their Simple Sensory Center (SWT)! They used their Simple Sensory Center as a place to grow their own potatoes. Take a look at their job well-done!
Great Ideas Come Naturally
Kindergarten students learned about beavers and explored how beavers modify and shape their habitats. As a culminating task, students built their own beaver lodge using natural materials. Another great alternative use for the Sand and Water Sensory Center. We learned something new today too!