Let’s start with Megan Murphy’s classroom… She’s the winner for our MOST ORGANIZED CLASSROOM award! Congrats!
I like Megan’s simple folder system to keep work and notes organized for absent students. Another great example is how she used the electrical tape to divide up the “Activite du Jour” for her different French classes. Plus, just look at those books! Everything is in its place. It looks like a little library!
Sidonie’s clipboard idea is adorable! She uses them to post assessment notices, choice boards and other important info for each class. Love the bins, buckets, and bags, and the fact that everything is so neat! When students work in stations, they simply grab the matching bag from the hook on the wall and start working.
Another organized French classroom! Christina said she won a $400 grant to buy reading materials and she stocked her shelves. I love how she showcases these pretty books and uses the colors of France’s flag.
If you teach high school, you will love this idea! She numbered a clear shoe organizer and hung it by the door. Her students can voluntarily drop their phones off to charge during class. They get to recharge and then cell phones aren’t a distraction during the class – Genius! Plus, love her LABELED bins and buckets.
Love Megan’s decorated windows! She uses her space but it doesn’t feel cluttered or distracting. In fact, her whole room has a neat and organized feel to it!
I’m really impressed with the overall order in these classrooms. Hope you can steal an idea or two to add some organization to your room. Thanks to all the perfectionists and “neatfreaks” who shared their pictures! You all have inspired me!
Any awards for least organized classroom. Just kidding!
I LOVE Jennifer Pike’s 3 filing cabinets that make a table too. Perfect for holding student files, notebooks and iPads.
I love Jennifer’s shoe organizer charging station. How does it work?
I’m curious about that too. I don’t see any cords other than the one at the bottom of the organizer. I’d love something like that though.