As many of us know, you can never have enough in your classroom for students to do. Whether it is part of your regular curriculum or work you need to have on standby for a substitute in case you are sick or called into a meeting, resources are a commodity that teachers cannot live without. It is important to keep your resources organized by subject, month, or substitute to be able to access them whenever you need something.
When developing products for my TeachersPayTeachers store, I always include free resources for teachers to pick up when they need something quickly or as an extra worksheet/activity for students to use when they are finished. Check out some of my free resources:
These are only a free of the resources you can find on my TeachersPayTeachers store, Elly Elementary.
I have over 150 products available on my store. Most of my resources are Literacy and Writing, with some Social Studies, Science and Math. I have products ranging from Grades K-6. Take a look and let me know if you have any questions or even if there is something you are looking for. I am still in the process of uploading many more resources.
How do you organize your resources in your classroom? I would love to hear your suggestions.