Favorite Classroom Ideas from My Pinterest Collection

Just wanted to share a few favorites from my ever-growing Pinterest collection.  These three are from the Classroom Management board on my Classroom in the Middle Pinterest page.  Click on each image to view the original Pinterest link.


October Pick 3 Main Graphic


October Pick 3 Number 1


“Ten Classroom Procedures That will Save Your Sanity” is a blog post from Teach 4 the Heart that offers classroom tested ideas for simple, but ever-present, problems like pencil sharpening and bathroom breaks.


classroom procedures



October Pick 3 Number 2

“Bonding with Our Students” from Secondary Sara combines responses from a number of secondary teachers to answer the question, “What tips or tricks do you have to bond with, earn respect from, or get to know your students better?”  Lots of thoughtful responses are included under the categories of activities, conversations, and authenticity.


Sec Sara


October Pick 3 Number 3


Grading Student Notebooks with Mailing Labels presents a cool idea for a time-saving way to use a grading rubric to grade students’ notebooks.  It is from Kovescence of the Mind.  Pretty amazing what she could fit on one mailing label!


Grading Notebooks



I hope one or more of these will be helpful in your classroom, and if you have a great simple solution to a persistent classroom problem, I’d love to hear about your idea, too!


5 responses to “Favorite Classroom Ideas from My Pinterest Collection”

  1. These tips are solid, solid, solid! I love using sticker labels for grading some projects! Saves so much time.
    Heather from Mrs. Renz’ Class

  2. Sharon says:

    I just checked out the link to the fall art projects posted by The Teacher’s Desk 6, and they look great. Follow the links to the second set, and check out the Turkey in Disguise!

  3. Lisa says:

    Great management ideas! Thanks for linking up!

  4. OMG! You chose my pin?!?!? I feel so famous. I found you as a top referral site to my blog. I could cry over you picking mine. Thank you so much for the shout out.

  5. Marissa says:

    Great idea to use the mailing labels to help make correcting easier! Thank you for sharing your pins and linking up with us! 🙂

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