HOW TO ORGANIZE POST IT NOTES IN THE CLASSROOM (Paper Organization Series)

Are sticky notes everywhere in your classroom and meetings? Get back to being an organized teacher by following these simple solutions and ideas found in this blog post.

Raise your hand if you heart Post-Its? I love-love them!  I love the colors. I loved the way they stick and unstick. I use them for oodles of purposes. However, I found that I was often jotting down "to dos" and then never doing those things because they were stuck in random places. When I created my new teacher binder for the upcoming school year, I decided to finally put an end to the post its surrounding my computer monitor fiasco which made me feel not-so-Clutter-Free.

This blog post will…


  • offer a video of how to solve the problem of how to organize post it notes in the classroom
  • suggest a resource that will solve the problem

Before we begin:



Solution


  • Check out the video to see how I solved the problem.
  • Click here to access and print my Post-It Organizer packet.
  • This product featured above includes 8 different templates for teacher to help organize and manage all those little post-it notes. They can be used as is, laminated, hung on a wall, inserted into page protectors in a teacher binder or frames and placed on your desk. They are part of my Blackline Design Product Collection so they look fantastic when copied/printed onto colored cardstock.

As seen on my current to do list above:Plan Back-to-School lesson plans
Update my Teaching Procedures & Routines manual for my classroom aide
Copy my Writer's Idea Banks for 1st week (I LOVE these!!!)
Copy applicable pages from my Parent/Teach Conference Packet for Curriculum Night
Copy Judy Moody and First Day Jitters activities for the 1st week of school.
Laminate and Cut Spelling Centers to use with any word list.
Create the Mystery Reader Sign-Up Book for Curriculum Night

Check out the video to see how I solved the problem:




{Click here to access and print my Post-It Organizer packet}

This product featured above includes 8 different templates for teacher to help organize and manage all those little post-it notes. They can be used as is, laminated, hung on a wall, inserted into page protectors in a teacher binder or frames and placed on your desk. They are part of my Blackline Design Product Collection so they look fantastic when copied/printed onto colored cardstock.
Are sticky notes everywhere in your classroom and meetings? Get back to being an organized teacher by following these simple solutions and ideas found in this blog post.
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