This amazing list of Black Friday finds for the classroom includes art and craft supplies, storage and organization items, classroom management tools, and more! These low prices won’t last, so act fast and grab what you need before the prices go back up!
Every classroom needs a three-tier rolling cart! This heavy-duty metal rolling cart is perfect for keeping classroom supplies organized. The baskets are made of metal, and the wheels lock for extra stability. Use it for books, art supplies, or create your own maker space! ,
Keep all your students scissors in one place with this colorful storage caddy. 24 safety scissors are also included with four different colored handles. Using the caddy for storage also helps keeps track of all the scissors back when craft time is over.
These colorful 4×6 cases are perfect for keeping all of your task cards neat and organized. The see-through containers make it easy to identify each set of task cards without having to open up all of the individual cases. Grab them now while they are on sale!
These colorful vinyl stickers will serve as the perfect addition to your classroom incentive system. Your students will love picking their favorites to decorate their laptops, water bottles, scooters, skateboards, and so much more! 100 extra mini stickers are also included.
This sixty-minute visual timer is great for so many classroom activities, including countdowns, transition times, or fluency readings. The silent timer is extremely sturdy, and it’s available in a variety of fun colors. Add it to your classroom management arsenal today!
This Crayola Classpack includes 240 Colored Pencils in 12 assorted colors and 12 hand sharpeners. The pencils are pre-sharpened and 20 of each color are included. Did you know Crayola colored pencils are made with reforested wood? For every tree used in the manufacturing of Crayola Colored Pencils a new tree is planted.
These dry erase pockets will allow you to use a class-sets of texts for close reading! The text is instantly turned into a reusable piece of paper, allowing students to make annotations while keeping the text free and clear for the next reader. This process works really well for small group instruction or when multiple class periods are analyzing the same piece of text.