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My teaching tips are pretty simple, but they took a few years to actually figure out.
Tip 1. A label maker is your best friend! I love to get fancy and make super cute labels on the computer just as much as anyone else, but for time's sake, I use my handy dandy label maker!! I think I may need to buy a new one because it's pretty old and I've used it so much!
Tip 2. Use a crate and hanging file folders to save your student's work for the week. Grade their work as it comes in and send it home on Friday all in one neat and easy stack! As you can see, my label maker came in handy here too. =) When I first started teaching, it took me so long to pass papers back to my kids. This is such a simple trick, but a HUGE time saver!
Tip 3. Use a crate and hanging file folders to save all of your reading strategy/skill posters all in one spot. I also have writing posters, CAFE cards, and scales(rubrics) filed away here too. This crate is sitting right next to my rocking chair for super easy access. I used the label maker here too...I'm
slightly totally obsessed!
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