Classroom Freebies

Spelling Homework Menu Packet FREEBIE!

Menus are not hard work to put together, and can actually be used from year to year. Once you have created a menu for a certain topic, you can use it again!

In my opinion, menus offer choices for students to interact with a given topic by varying the content, process, and/or product (which is DI 101).  While the format may look different, in essence, they are just a DI lesson plan in a different template.  The key with menus is not to force a specific choice, but rather give lots of options so that the student sees this as a learning opportunity, rather than “boring work that we are being forced to do.”

Want a copy of the Differentiated Spelling Homework Menu Packet?

 Want a copy of the Differentiated Spelling Homework Menu Packet?


Head over to Organized Classroom and grab yours for free!

~ Charity

 Want a copy of the Differentiated Spelling Homework Menu Packet?

Ideas for Classroom Volunteers

Need some ideas for your parent helpers? Classroom volunteers don't even have to physically be in the classroom! Check out this post for some ideas!

Different jobs for parents to help out in the classroom whether it be in the classroom itself or at home!

Want your own free copy of the Classroom Volunteer Form?

 Want your own free copy of the Classroom Volunteer Form?


Head over to Organized Classroom to grab yours for free and see what parents can help with!

~ Charity

 Want your own free copy of the Classroom Volunteer Form?

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HOW DO YOU GET MORE FANS AND FOLLOWERS?  Start at TBTS BoostCamp and download your FREE Increasing Followers Kit!

See you there!

~Charity

Weekly Planning Organization!

I start by going through my lesson plans, and start running any copies I need or manipulatives and placing them in the appropriate day folder.

My lesson plan crate was kept on a table, counter top, or has even been located on an extra student desk that was shoved against a wall.  Inside, I place hanging files and matching file folders in whatever color scheme or theme you choose. Then, I place labels for each day of the week on my file folders.

Want your own set of organization labels?



Head over to Organized Classroom and grab yours for free!

~ Charity


File Folder Freebie!

Super quick idea today! You can make your own 4-pocket folders from two 2-pocket folders without needing staples, tape, binding machines, or anything else!

I included labels for a writing folder to move the pages along in the writing process or for a multi-subject folder to keep those papers that are started, but not quite finished.  Just have students place their paper into the correct folder and then grab it again the next day when you are ready to start your lesson!

Want your own set of free folder labels?

Want your own set of free folder labels?


Head over to Organized Classroom to grab yours for free!

~ Charity

Want your own set of free folder labels?



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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September Journal Freebie!

Grab some free September Student Journal Cards to start the year off right and be able to get to know your students better in the process!

Don’t want to print off?  Even easier!   Pull up the PDF on your computer and display each day on your interactive whiteboard!

Want your own set of September Student Journal Cards?

Want your own set of September Student Journal Cards?


Head over to Organized Classroom to grab yours for free!

~ Charity

Want your own set of September Student Journal Cards?