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Easy classroom job chart! Use Popsicle sticks. I like this better than what I use now!

Easy classroom job chart! Use Popsicle sticks. I like this better than what I use now!

beginning of the year bulletin board ideas - Google Search

Clever Back to School Bulletin Board Ideas

beginning of the year bulletin board ideas - Google Search

I love that you have the pictures instead of just names ~ Especially good for the younger grades but the kiddos would think it's so cool to see their pictures in any grade!

I love that you have the pictures instead of just names ~ Especially good for the younger grades but the kiddos would think it's so cool to see their pictures in any grade!

This is PERFECT for what I'm looking for! Classroom Jobs Chart

This is PERFECT for what I'm looking for! Classroom Jobs Chart

FREEBIE ALERT!!  Free labels for supplies, this teacher used them to help organize the supplies the students brought in on the first day of school.

FREEBIE ALERT!! Free labels for supplies, this teacher used them to help organize the supplies the students brought in on the first day of school.

Turn and Talk guidelines- Download this poster for FREE!

Turn and Talk guidelines- Download this poster for FREE!

Making this! So much easier to have the kiddos just rotate around!

Making this! So much easier to have the kiddos just rotate around!

I'm Done! I like the idea of magnets...that way you can change them out as needed. Now just need to make me ones that fit all my choices.

I'm Done! I like the idea of magnets...that way you can change them out as needed. Now just need to make me ones that fit all my choices.

Classroom Helper Ideas

Classroom Helper Ideas

Color clothes pins by soaking in food coloring. In each jar or container, pour boiling water, a tablespoon of vinegar and food coloring drops and mix well.  You can use any combination of drops to make varying colors and shades.  I used both traditional food colors and the neon food colors to make about a dozen different colors.  Add your clothespins and let them soak for at least an hour.

Color clothes pins by soaking in food coloring. In each jar or container, pour boiling water, a tablespoon of vinegar and food coloring drops and mix well. You can use any combination of drops to make varying colors and shades. I used both traditional food colors and the neon food colors to make about a dozen different colors. Add your clothespins and let them soak for at least an hour.

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