Spruce up your classroom this year with the Target Dollar Spot.
I don't know one educator that can walk past that corner without putting something in their cart.
Here are my top 5 Target Dollar Spot Classroom Hacks.
I am short on space in my group meeting area. I needed to find a way to hang my ABC picture cards so that we could have them up as we sing and move to our new ABC Song and then move it so that we could use the smart board too.
We used the clothes pin line and strung it across the smart board. We used hooks at the side of the board so that we could unhook the line out of the way when we need to use the smart board.
I'm not a big fan of putting tape on my carpets to make roads for the block center. The race track tape is perfect for the children to make their own roads with the block. I placed the tape on blocks and modge podged it on so that the children couldn't pull it off.
No special reason, just thought it would brighten up the book nook.
When I saw these I knew that they would work perfectly for my See-Find and Write cards that are located in my writing center.
We will be using these for our morning work time. Match and clip activity.
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I'm Tami Sanders creator of Learning and Teaching with Preschoolers, a blog to help teachers create magical moments for the young.
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