Don’t go to Target until you’ve had a chance to take a look at these Target teacher hacks! The creative ideas will make your classroom colorful, fun, and functional all at the same time. Get ready for an awesome Target makeover.
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Brilliant Target Teacher Hacks for The Classroom
Target was made for teachers! Its Dollar Spot is packed with inexpensive teaching materials that are perfect for the classroom. If you’re in need of some inspiration on how to use your newest Target teacher finds, look no further. We’ve gathered together must-try ways to use Target’s goodies in the classroom.
Quickly organize students into groups with these adorable group labels. // Free Teachers Pay Teachers Download
Target’s mini erasers make wonderful literacy tools! // Life Over Cs
Use buckets from Target to make an “I’m Done” jar for kids. // Miss Kindergarten
Use dollar spot organizers to make book bins! // A Year of Many Firsts
Mix items from throughout Target to build an adorable supply cart. // Danielle Chastain
Use a milk crate or wooden beer carton and make your own portable medical kit for the classroom! // Target Teachers
Teacher decorations from Target make this clock and bulletin board so cute. // Mrs. Ifs Room
Transform decorative apples into a learning tool! // Life Over Cs
Put reading supplies onto a Target cart for easy accessibility throughout the classroom. // 2nd Grade Sassy Pants
Think outside the seating box. Target garden chairs make the perfect seating for little learners. // The Ordinary to Extraordinary Classroom
Give your classroom a cozy flair with these Target decorative items and banners. // Learning with Allegra
Use magnetic baskets from Target to hold your magnetic calendar supplies! // Jessica Travis on Teachers Pay Teachers
You can even grab some dry erase pockets for endless learning ideas! Just wipe them clean when you’re done. // Peppy Zesty Teacherista
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What resources from Target do you use in your classroom? Share your ideas with us so we can add them to our classrooms!