Classroom Freebies

Become a Task Master!

I think you are going to change the way you look at scheduling if you give my task management system a fair chance and try it for just a few weeks!

I hope you enjoy the step-by-step instructions and the template!  One thing I KNOW you will love:  there is not a stitch of colored ink in it!  In fact, I made sure you could still have adorable custom to-do lists without having to spend even more money on new colored ink cartridges – yay!

Want your own FREE to-do list template?

 Want your own FREE to-do list template?


Head over to Organized Classroom and grab yours for free!

~ Charity

 Want your own FREE to-do list template?

Back to School Scoot Freebie!

Looking for a fun Back to School activity that gets your kiddos out of their seats and moving? 
Scoot activities are guaranteed to get your kiddos engaged in a fun activity while you need a little time to get all your first of the year forms and supplies checked.

Just click on the pic below to visit my blog, Pitner's Potpourri,  and get this fun freebie! 




Free Flower Filing Cabinet Labels!

Have you digitized your paper files? What will you do with your now empty filing cabinet? I actually store construction paper and cardstock in mine!

Since I was making the flower labels for the drawers anyway, I threw together a freebie for you to enjoy if they will match whatever project you might be working on as well.

Want your own FREE filing cabinet labels?

 Want your own FREE filing cabinet labels?


Head over to Organized Classroom to grab yours for free!

~ Charity

 Want your own FREE filing cabinet labels?

Expanding Sentences Freebie!

My students always need lots of practice on expanding sentences from simple to compound and complex.

Here's a fun freebie on expanding simple sentences for a great Back to School activity.

Click on the pic below to visit my blog, Pitner's Potpourri, and get your freebie.


"Whoo" is Looking for a Classroom Freebie?

I have been working on some super cute classroom forms for everyone, all with a fun owl theme! Here are some free website login forms for you to use!

You could use these in a variety of ways:

1.  Print, fill out, and hang up near the computers for students to reference, or place in individual folders in their desk so they can grab when it is time to login.

2.  Print, fill out, and send home for students to be able to reference online materials from home with their own user names and passwords.  Parent letter is also included which explains that if they place the form in a sheet protector with magnets on the back (you provide to them), they will also have it handy and not lost.

Want your own set of Owl Theme Website Login Forms?

 Want your own set of Owl Theme Website Login Forms?

Head over to Organized Classroom and grab yours for free!

~ Charity

 Want your own set of Owl Theme Website Login Forms?

Free Classroom Job Application for an Economy-Based Management System


When I first started teaching, I wanted a way to give my students a better understanding of how the world works, so I created an opportunity to infuse a little bit of economics into the classroom setting. The basic idea of the management system is that students each have a classroom job, earn classroom cash based on their job duties or for other contributions to our classroom society, and have the opportunity to spend their cash on things they want.

Just like in the real-world, the system includes different jobs with different pay structures: nine-week jobs and weekly jobs. Nine-week jobs require students to complete an application and interview for a position. They pay weekly for nine weeks and the salary is a great deal more than for the weekly jobs.

During the first week of school, I introduce the system and offer the students an opportunity to apply for a nine-week job. (I usually ask each student to find some way they can contribute to our classroom and encourage the students to apply for at least one job.) Then, I review each application and ask follow-up questions to determine which students are the best fit for each nine-week job. After the initial selections are made, I even do some on-the-job training with each student before setting them loose with their job responsibilities.

With their weekly earnings, students have the opportunity to make a purchase, a coupon for a reward of some type or a treasure box pick, or save them for later. After nine-weeks, I offer students another opportunity to apply for a nine-week job. As much as possible, I try to ensure each student get a nine-week job at least once during the school year.

Want to know more about the system? Read the full blog post here!



Enjoy!





Paperwork Power!


Do you take home paperwork from your classroom most nights and weekends? There are ways to have a better home/life balance with a little extra planning.  Stop at Organized Classroom and grab a free Paperwork Checklist to help!

Do you take home paperwork from your classroom most nights and weekends? There are ways to have a better home/life balance with a little extra planning.

Do you take home paperwork from your classroom most nights and weekends? There are ways to have a better home/life balance with a little extra planning.


See you there,
~Charity