Label your students' take home / homework folders with "Return to School" & "Keep at Home" so there is no confusion about which papers stay home and which papers come back!  :)  FREE from TheHappyTeacher

Label your students' take home / homework folders with "Return to School" & "Keep at Home" so there is no confusion about which papers stay home and which papers come back! :) FREE from TheHappyTeacher

Homework folders, daily folders, weekly folders. Here are some DIY tips and trips for take home folders.

Homework folders, daily folders, weekly folders. Here are some DIY tips and trips for take home folders.

I really love this discipline chart. More detailed than smiley faces, the kids can go up or down with their clothespins in class and then it's a great way to communicate with the parents in their take home folder every day.

I really love this discipline chart. More detailed than smiley faces, the kids can go up or down with their clothespins in class and then it's a great way to communicate with the parents in their take home folder every day.

Label your students' take home / homework folders with "Return to School" & "Keep at Home" so there is no confusion about which papers stay home and which papers come back!  :)  FREE from TheHappyTeacher

Label your students' take home / homework folders with "Return to School" & "Keep at Home" so there is no confusion about which papers stay home and which papers come back! :) FREE from TheHappyTeacher

Use this editable Take Home Folder FREEBIE and personalize your students' take home folders. See thumbnail example.   This FREEBIE contains an example slide and a slide for you to customize. On the customizable slide, use Microsoft Powerpoint to add text boxes where needed. Duplicate the slide for the number of students you have in your class.  Enjoy!  Created by Melissa O'Bryan (C) 2013 Wild About Fifth Grade

Use this editable Take Home Folder FREEBIE and personalize your students' take home folders. See thumbnail example. This FREEBIE contains an example slide and a slide for you to customize. On the customizable slide, use Microsoft Powerpoint to add text boxes where needed. Duplicate the slide for the number of students you have in your class. Enjoy! Created by Melissa O'Bryan (C) 2013 Wild About Fifth Grade

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