In this two-minute video, Joan Moser shares a simple tool teachers can create for their classrooms to keep Big Books, charts, and laminated large materials organized.
Big Books and Charts Organizer
Joan is part of the dynamic teaching duo, “The Sisters.” She is the co-creator and developer of The Daily Cafe, and co-author of many bestselling books and DVDs. Joan is known for her vibrant personality, infectious laugh, and love for dogs and children.
Ruth Ayres has tips for organizing desks, tables, chairs, and materials to support literacy learning.
Katherine Sokolowski looks at challenges from the previous year for ideas on reorganizing the classroom library.
Katie DiCesare writes about how children can be enlisted to help in creating and organizing book bins in libraries. But in Katie's classroom, the process of matching books to children begins with "My Stack" – her pile of books that changes daily, linking individual children and texts of interest.
In this brief video, Joan Moser talks about how she organizes student materials in "social groups" to avoid the use of desks or cubbies in her classroom.
In this first video in our “Organizing Book Boxes” series, Joan Moser (of “The Sisters”) explains three strategies she uses to help students pick books for their book boxes.
In this third video in our "Organizing Book Boxes" series, Joan Moser (of "The Sisters") tackles the issue of what types of books and what levels are appropriate for student book boxes.