Wow! It is really tough to make ends meet these days! Soo many gadgets for teachers to buy, but if you are anything like me, you can't afford them. So what is the next best thing to do? Use what you have, recycle old stuff, and don't worry too much. There are simple ways to get teaching across to students without wishing and longing for a money fairy to pass your way.
So let's get started! Today I have for you a few penny saving ideas that will bring learning to your classroom!
Cheap photo albums used as write-and-wipe flashcard holders!
I came across this idea on HGTV!
A Card Holder using swimming noodles!!!
A File Holder using a Dish rack
A Cookie Sheet for Class News Board!
Simply attach magnet tape to the back, and then stick it to your white board.
Paper Plates as mini whiteboards!
Boxes as book holders!
Cereal boxes stuck together for book/paper storage!
Tissue rolls in a box!
A paper towel holder with page protectors attached by rings. For table top display
CD packs for ribbon storage.
Inside of crate seats
Hanging sweater shelf for paper storage
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Saturday, 16 June 2012
Penny saving ideas!
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Some teachers find it hard to use glass in projects. They are afraid of the dangers it might cause. Can anybody share how best to use this in the classroom?ReplyDelete
oh great ideas, especially the paper plates. really innovative. i love this site!!!!ReplyDelete
These are amazing ideas! I will be stealing a few! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete