Classroom Freebies

Spring Has Sprung?!

Hey teacher friends!  I don’t know about you, but spring can’t get here soon enough for me.  Just thinking about the warmer air, birds chirping, green grass, and no snow is enough to bring a smile to my face.  :)
In the spirit of that thought, I whipped up some cute bulletin board letters you can print and enjoy the coming season with as well!  As far as what to put in the middle, the ideas are limitless and can reflect whatever you are teaching right now!
I whipped up some cute bulletin board letters you can print and enjoy for the spring months! You could also use them for word work. Up to you! Enjoy!

Stop by and grab your free bulletin board letters at Organized Classroom!
~Charity
I whipped up some cute bulletin board letters you can print and enjoy for the spring months! You could also use them for word work. Up to you! Enjoy!

What is your biggest classroom organization challenge?

What is Your Biggest Classroom Organization Challenge? 



Take this FREE Quiz to find your personalized results!

~Charity

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FREE teacher hallway tips workshop!

Brand new FREE teacher workshop:  

Helpful Hallway Transition Tips!   




This 20-minute presentation  will give you some ideas for the best ways to line up students, management suggestions while in the hallway, and even 10 activities while walking and/or waiting quietly.  Includes a free Cheat Sheet to download and take too!  Register HERE.

Meet you there,

~Charity

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Freebie Friday Poems!

Raise you hand if you love freebies!  Me too  :)

So, some people scrapbook. Other do their nails. Maybe you prefer to watch TV in your downtime.

I have fun creating teacher printables for no reason.  :) I whipped up a little something for my K-5 teacher friends (K-2 MIGHT need to do it as a group depending on where your students are this time of year). It includes 12 different poem prompts.  

Free!  Super fun poems! Each poem is only 6 lines long and gives students some creative thinking time! As long as the poem is about the title, don’t limit the child to something specific.  Includes 12 different prompts to be used while working on a poetry unit or as morning work/centers throughout the year on occasion!


Super fun poems! Each poem is only 6 lines long and gives students some creative thinking time! As long as the poem is about the title, don’t limit the child to something specific.  Prompts can be used while working on a poetry unit or as morning work/centers throughout the year on occasion!

Grab it => HERE

Happy Freebie Friday!


~Charity
Free!  Super fun poems! Each poem is only 6 lines long and gives students some creative thinking time! As long as the poem is about the title, don’t limit the child to something specific.  Includes 12 different prompts to be used while working on a poetry unit or as morning work/centers throughout the year on occasion!Free!  Super fun poems! Each poem is only 6 lines long and gives students some creative thinking time! As long as the poem is about the title, don’t limit the child to something specific.  Includes 12 different prompts to be used while working on a poetry unit or as morning work/centers throughout the year on occasion!

Literally or Figuratively?



Figurative language is fun to teach, but not always an easy concept.  Years ago, I decided to begin teaching it using tall tales.  My students LOVED it!  So, I created this free Paul Bunyan pop up book and hyperbole lesson.  The lesson focuses on hyperbole while teaching students about Paul Bunyan.  The best part are the pop up books that students make at the end of the lesson.  Here are some pictures of them.

It's a fun lesson, that makes my students remember the meaning of hyperbole.  Here are some pictures of the other pages included in the free lesson.  I hope your students enjoy it as much as mine do.  Enjoy!





Enjoy!





Got Classroom Systems?

When you think about classroom systems, you might easily think about writing lesson plans or your classroom management method.  Those are both very important classroom routines, but there are so many more tasks in the classroom that can be set up as a system you may not have even considered. And I bet many of these items you actually already DO have a system for, but didn’t realize it.

Stop by Organized Classroom and read about 10 - and then download another 10!  Oh yeah!

What are some of your most used classroom systems? I share 10 you need to be using right now in your room which will pay you back in time! Come on over!


See you there,
~Charity
What are some of your most used classroom systems? I share 10 you need to be using right now in your room which will pay you back in time! Come on over!

Feel More in Control of Your Classroom

Some days are going to feel like the cards are stacked against you no matter what you do. The question to ask is: On average, how often do those days occur?

Are you a proactive teacher or a reactive teacher?   Not sure?  Read the article and get a free Starting Guide to Being a Proactive Teacher!

Some days are going to feel like the cards are stacked against you no matter what you do. The question to ask is: On average, how often do those days occur?


See you at Organized Classroom!

~Charity
Some days are going to feel like the cards are stacked against you no matter what you do. The question to ask is: On average, how often do those days occur?