Make Organization a Priority

If you want your classroom to be organized, you must make it a priority.  One of the things that I often remind myself both at school and at home is that everything has a place.  If I take those few seconds to place an item where it should be, I know I will thank myself for it later.

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Make organization a priority.  If you have a drawer for papers to be graded, a folder for notes from parents, or a container for sharpened pencils make it a priority to take those few seconds to place each item in its rightful place.  You too will thank yourself later!

As of today, you know you need to make organization a habit and to make it a priority.  Tomorrow’s tip will get you started, and I’ve thrown in a free printable too!

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