We’ve got more great back-to-school resources and some classroom decor for your spiffiest classroom library yet. Also Halloween Creature Clipart and a presidential candidate report just in time for the 2016 election season!

Clipart – Fun with Colors by MyClipArtStore


“This packet includes clipart graphics that are great for teaching color theory and art. It includes the color wheel, different color swatches, and basic color combinations.”







Clipart – Halloween Creatures by MyClipArtStore



“Make your classroom SPOOKTACULAR with these FREE Halloween Critters! Cut them out and place them all around the classroom for a fun Halloween!” It’s Free!








Classroom Library Labels EDITABLE for Bins & Books {Black and White Polka Dot} by Libby Dryfuse


“Keep your classroom library neat and organized with over 300 editable book bin labels and coordinating book stickers! Whether you choose to label your books by theme, reading level, or both, you’ll find a label for virtually all of your classroom library needs!”







Binder Covers – Editable! by Libby Dryfuse



“These editable binder covers and spines make it so easy to stay organized while adding pops of color and clean lines to your classroom organization!” It’s Free!











“Classroom calendars provide a pleasing visual display. Calendars keep teachers and students organized as well.” It’s Free!











“This back to school pack was created to welcome elementary students to school. Activities help students get acquainted with their new surrounding while setting goals, building self esteem and character, and having fun!”







Differentiated People & Places at School Interactive Book Bundle by Mrs P’s Special Education Classroom


“Interactive Books are perfect for students with lower cognitive abilities in that they promote engagement and comprehension as a hands-on learning activity. Differentiated People & Places at School Interactive Book Bundle will help get students familiar with and ease anxiety surrounding coming back to school.”




2016 Presidential Candidates Mini Reports **FREEBIE** by Mrs P’s Special Education Classroom



“These mini reports are perfect for introducing your students to researching specific topics on the internet. Students also get the opportunity to learn basic facts about our presidential candidates!” It’s Free!









If you see something you like, be sure to enter our #BestResourceEver Pinterest contest going on right now. On September 15th, 2016, we’ll be randomly selecting 10 participants to win a $100 TpT gift card. We’ll also be giving out some fun surprise prizes throughout the back-to-school season, so make sure to pin tons of your favorite resources to your “Best Teaching Resources Ever” Pinterest board! 

Check out more resources right here — back-to-school writing prompts, STEM flash cards, and more.

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