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Old 08-06-2010, 05:22 PM
 
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Posted this on another board but no replies and need some help.

I wanted to make some mini-offices for the various centers in my room such as the LA/Writing center, Reading center, and Math center. I saw a mini-office post on here the other day I think from E.Shea which are GREAT but I am having a hard time reading them when I printed them off. Does anyone else have any other documents they use for mini-offices for any of these subjects?? Would you recommend do mini-offices for students' desks? I use testing folders with nothing on them but I could use the mini-offices for this too and just allow students to turn the folders the other way. Then students that need modifications will be allowed to use their mini-office. What ya think??

Oh, I do have some cute little stickers that I found Dollar Tree for Math. Like multiplication table, time, place value, etc. I thought about using these?? Help please!


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Don't know if this will help...
Old 08-06-2010, 05:28 PM
 
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Here is a link to Busy Teacher's Cafe mini office page. There are some great ideas with printables! Hope it helps!

http://www.busyteacherscafe.com/reso...i_offices.html
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mini-offices
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also, www.jmeachum.com has mini-offices w/ templates... she has really good stuff.
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There was a ton of info in mini office last
Old 08-06-2010, 06:09 PM
 
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summer for both math and language arts.

I found this on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4gQ43KwCUk

This link is to what I found when I put "mini offices" in the search block on the home page of PT

http://www.proteacher.net/cgi-bin/as...fices&number=0

Good luck!
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Duh
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Forgot about searching for it first..haha! Thanks for the help yall!


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Tri-folds at the Dollar Tree for offices
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The Dollar Tree usually has the cardboard tri-folds for science fairs for sale. I get them and cut each one in half horizontally to use. It works out well and they really hold up.
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