With school back in session, you may find yourself busier than ever. With parent-teacher meetings, lesson planning, & packed classrooms, you have your hands full. We’re here to help you with some great classroom hacks to keep yourself organized & your students focused this school year. If you’re looking for better filing & keeping track of supplies, we have you covered! We even have some games & ways to combat classroom noise.
Most classrooms have lots of technologic aids these days. They have everything from iPads & smart boards to educational headphones for state testing. You want to take care of these pricier items to make them last. Encore Data Products has lots of great carts & bins for storage of your technology. Some of our bulk educational headphones even come with their own storage devices.
Rolling dice lets your students do math in a different way! It lets them feel like there is a game aspect of their lesson. Let students partner up & practice adding, multiplication or division. The same can be done with a deck of cards to make it a group project.
Every teacher can use more storage for supplies & other classroom activities. With these bins, you can change out the supplies, wipe the old description off, & write a new description. Great for teachers who go through supplies often & don’t have time to work a label maker.
These are the perfect size to store pens, pencils, markers, & anything your students may use to write. Label them to keep in drawers or bins for easy organization. No need to look through a bin of mixed up writing tools.
This paper turn-in station will keep you & your students organized. Never lose an assignment again. We can’t promise your students won’t lose their homework though. You can also make this into a “turn in” station where your students can turn in assignments. With the easy labels on the front, your students will know this is the most important station in the classroom. From turning in assignments to getting extra paper, this will be a lifesaver.
Want to let your students know they are being too loud? Want to let them know when they can talk amongst themselves? This voice chart will let them know where they should be. Just tap a light instead of clapping or counting to 10. Students will start to recognize when you walk over to the panel & learn what they should be doing during the day.
We all know students will be absent every now & then. Set up a station for your students to find their missing assignments so they can catch up. This colorful hanging paper holder is perfect to help your students take initiative. Labeled for each day of the week they can easily find what they missed. Update it every week.