save time with an organized classroom

“Not enough time” is the number one complaint I hear from teachers.

You can’t add more time onto your school day but with the Classroom Organization Guidebook you can organize your classroom in a way that saves you time each and every day!

Mockup of classroom organization guidebook.


You know the feeling…the cluttered classroom that you spend 10+ hours a day in. 

You want it organized, but have no idea where to begin.

Student desks inside of an organized elementary classroom.

Teacher Friend, I get you! You’re busy with meetings, importing data, making parent phone calls, attending meetings, grading papers, holding conferences, sitting in ARDS, 504 meetings, facilitating after school clubs (that you don’t get paid for), writing lesson plans. 

How does one THEN find time to figure out organization strategies?


Inside the Classroom Organization Guidebook:

Screenshot of resources included in the Classroom Organization Guidebook

Do you struggle with...

  • Leaving school on time?
  • Figuring out where to put it all?
  • Finding time to get organized during the school day?
  • Limited storage space?
  • Keeping your classroom organized after the school year gets going?


In this section, you will learn how to set up:

  • Teaching center
  • Teaching books
  • Teacher Desk
  • Shelves
  • Cabinets
  • Classroom Decorations

Plus, a classroom set up check list! 

In this section, you will learn how to organize:

  • Expectations
  • Manipulatives
  • Anchor Charts
  • Small Group Materials

Plus, a check list for setting up your teacher resources!

One of the biggest issues teachers face after getting their classroom organized is keeping it organized. 

In this section, you will learn strategies for organizing: 

  • Lesson plan materials
  • Copy room tray (no more running back and forth to the copy room multiple times a week!)
  • Classroom papers
  • Computer files

Plus a check list to help you stay organized!

Lastly, we’ll cover how to organize student materials like: 

  • A student command center
  • Classroom library 
  • Stations
  • Student desks

And a check list for keeping student materials organized

In addition to the 40 pages of ideas for organizing various areas in your classroom, you will also get access to:

  • Recommended products for organizing items in your classroom
  • A list of blogs & podcasts to support you in your organization journey
  • Videos to show you how to organize areas of the classroom
Screenshot of the cover pages of the different sections in the classroom organization guidebook

Since Kelly started working with me, my organizational skills in my classroom have improved 100%.  I have a space for my lesson materials for each day of the week, organized by subject.  I have completely reorganized my closets per Kelly’s advice and now I can find things without spending several minutes looking for what I need. My teaching has greatly improved because everything has a place and now I spend more time teaching than stressing because I can’t find something. My next organization to do is to re-organize my library the Kelly way making it easier for my students to find and manage our library books. Thanks Kelly!!!!


what's included:

It's Not Too Late To Get Organized

Organization is a gradual thing. It happens little by little. That’s why it’s never too late to get started on your classroom organization journey! 

The Classroom Organization Guidebook will guide you area by area!

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE CABINETS? No worries! In this guidebook I will share other ideas of creatively thinking about how to organize areas of your room.

That’s up to you, my friend! We cover 20+ areas of the classroom that can be organized. You can do as much or as little as you like and take as much or as little time as you feel necessary. 

WHAT IF I NEED HELP WITH A DIFFERENT AREA THAN WHAT’S INCLUDED? No worries! Shoot me an email at and I will help you out! 

WHAT GRADE LEVEL IS THIS FOR? All my experience is in the elementary classroom but the strategies I teach can be adapted and implemented in classrooms no matter what grade you teach. 

IS THIS ONLY USEFUL AT THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR? NO! The format and flow of the guidebook will help you in setting up for the new year but all of the content in the guidebook is helpful for all aspects of the classroom during anytime of the year!


The strategies in the Classroom Organization Guidebook will show you how to organize 20+ areas in your classroom so you can stop spending so much time at school and start spending more time doing the things you love!

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