This site contains links of our affiliate partners and the author/ site owner might earn commission every time you visit the links and/or purchase their products without additional cost to you.

Friday, July 20, 2018

Five Classroom Hacks You Need to Know

*Contains affiliate links and the author might earn commission if you click or make a purchase.

1. Pencils with motivational messages.

Motivating students can be a challenging task but the rewards are definitely worth it. Students are more excited to learn and participate and the classroom is filled with positive energy. Provide constant motivation to your students with this easy to prepare pencils with motivational messages. 
Print motivational messages here:

2. A No Name Board

It is a fact that there will always be students who would forget to write their names. No matter how much you remind them, there will always be that ONE who would drive you on the verge of insanity. Use this ‘No Name Board’ to save your time identifying that handwriting!
3. Copy Clips

Remembering is difficult when your daily life is full of tasks to accomplish. Post-its are useful but what happens when you have several pages to copy or you are writing the same thing over and over again? Save your time by using ‘Copy Clips’ to write your instructions and just clip them to the papers that need to be copied

4. Starbucks Cups Organizer

With the price you pay for your Starbucks iced lattes, you might as well find a way to reuse the cups. Worry no more and have a clutter-free shelves for your paint and paintbrushes.

5. Turn in Basket/ Cubbies

Simplify your life using this ‘Turn in Basket/ Cubbies’. Students find their file folder with their number/ name and simply place their work inside. Filing and marking are made easier!

AFFILIATE LINK: Author might earn if you click of make a purchase.


  1. These are such great ideas, thank you for sharing x

  2. I am going to send this to a friend of mine - she is a teacher, and I am sure it will be very useful for her

  3. Those are cool ways to use your Starbucks shops there. And the inspirational pencils are just pretty darn cool too.

  4. Some pretty cool ideas. My daughter is a high school teacher up here in Canada. I think the "no name" handwriting idea may be applicable. lol

  5. My kid will love these small ideas which will motivate him to work more ! - Chandresh

  6. Pencils with motivational message is an amazing idea

  7. The Starbucks cup advice is so creative, all of the above are such cool ideas though. Thank you so much for sharing!

  8. I used to be an elementary school teacher so I know a lot of neat classroom hacks such as these you mentioned. Great post!

  9. Lovely... and such inspiration quotes. I saved all of them and also you shared very simple but unique way to to motivate kids.

  10. I loved this idea that you shared through your post. Very motivated and inspirational quotes.

    I'm a Fine Art Artist so if I can help you in any way in teaching just tell me. You can check my works here

    - or

    or write me here

  11. I absolutely love the inspirational words here. Very motivational and encouraging. This is very creative to do with my kids.

  12. This comment has been removed by the author.

  13. Nice read! I love the pencils with motivational quotes on it. That could even be a fun weekend project and gift idea. :)

  14. Very neat ideas! I work with school age children and we are always looking for new hacks.


Featured Post

The Psychology Behind the Importance of Awards and Rewards

The origin of awards and rewards could be attributed with the basic need of man- that of belonging and acceptance. When you ar...

Thousands of merchants for different niches! Earn revenues using site!

Popular Posts