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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Student Teacher Tools

Over the past few years, I have been collecting things I find in the Target dollar section, at dollar stores, and other places for when I have my own classroom. I found things such as stickey notes, hall passes, stickey tack, decorative paper, fun pencils, stickers, lesson plan books, records books, etc. I just made a box to hold it all in (cheap target find, the college stuff was all on sale!) It's a good idea to keep all of your finds in one place so when you need any of it for ST or your own room you don't have to hunt!

Also... I have to admit to my slight obesssion with Vera Bradley (lucky for me, being a Kappa Delta (like the founder) I get a tiny discount!) So in the beginning of my ST I had to purchase all of this matching stuff. Lap top cover, bag, lunch box, and pen case... just had to share the cuteness!


Ms. Durning said...

Can I just say I hoarded teacher stuff throughout college and student teaching and now that I'm in my 2nd year teaching I finally got rid of a ton of it because it never got used!!!

Miss Megan said...

Well you can't go wrong with sticky notes and pencils! and I try not to "hoard" junk... my mom who's a teacher has been giving me input on what to get..

Doodle Bugs Paper said...

Thank you for the link to my blog!

I think one of the best things to start saving and you will be glad you did will be Children's Books. You can never have enough and one day you will appreciate your large classroom library if you start saving early!

Good luck on your teaching adventures. I have taught for 11 years and I now teach because I want to not because I have to.. it's a great feeling to know you make a difference in so many little one's lives.

Miss Megan said...

Thank you so much! and yes, I have been adding children's books to my birthday and christmas wish lists!! :)

Miss J said...

I also add the books to my gift list!! Or I ask for Barnes and Noble gift cards!

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