12 CUTE Instagram Hacks Shared By Teachers To Make Students' Life More Comfortable

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It's back-to-school time, so teachers are sharing their best lifehacks on Instagram to make students' life more comfortable. The Typical Student team collected the best tips & hacks shared by teachers. 

 

#1 Pillow shams as students' personal storage

 

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Credit: @mrsclassroomcraziness via Instagram

 

In case students lack room for their belongings at their desks, pillow shams from Wal-Mart can come in handy. @mrsclassroomcraziness recommends slipping them over chairs to create personal storage for each student. 

 

#2 Drink stirrers as reading trackers

 

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Credit: @alliethegypsyteacher via Instagram

 

To help your students follow what they're reading, use regular drink stirrers! 

 

#3 Making water

 

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Credit: @aloveofteaching via Instagram

 

 

To make water bottles easily accessible for students, attach them to desks with bicycle cup holders and zip ties.

 

#4 Use jumbo dice-in-dice to teach exponents

 

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Credit: @teaching_with_tla via Instagram

 

Math teachers will appreciate jumbo dice-in-dice for teaching exponents and multiplication in an entertaining way.

 

#5  Use empty daubers from Amazon to fill them with bulk liquid glue

 

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Credit: @rockymountainkinders via Instagram

 

If you're looking for cheaper glue with less mess, purchase empty daubers on Amazon to use in the classroom.

 

#6 Make reading guides out of laminate strips and highlighter tape

 

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Credit: @innovativeinclusion via Instagram

 

Kids who get easily distracted will appreciate colorful reading guides made out of laminate strips and highlighter tape.

 

#7 Binder ring to keep stickers organized

 

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Credit: @purely.primary via Instagram

 

If you need to keep your stickers in place, use a binder ring.

 

#8 Salt shakers for glitter

 

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Credit: @purely.primary via Instagram

 

Use salt shakers to store glitter in them.

 

#9 Make a color-coded keyboard to teach kids how to type

 

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Credit: @littlemisskimsclass via Instagram

 

This is genius!

 

#10 Use nail polish to mark the pair items

 

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Credit: @purely.primary via Instagram

Label the items that go together with nail polish (computer mice + Chromebooks).

 

#11 To make your classroom cleaner, use an under-the-shelf tissue dispenser

 

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Credit: @teachovertherainbow via Instagram

To keep germy hands off the tissue boxes, use an under-the-shelf tissue dispenser.

 

#12 Wristbands with bus numbers  

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Credit: @thegoalgettersclassroom via Instagram

Distribute wristbands with bus numbers to students to make sure they get home safely.

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