Puff Balls on the tops of dry erase markers. I know they can be used for erasers (and they really do last until the marker dries out), but I'm using them to mainly label my markers. If you do this, make sure to stand them up to dry or else they stick to your counter.
Ear bud holder (2 boxes)
Dollar tree restocked their supply of ear buds, so I stocked up. These boxes were $1.99 at Hobby Lobby and have 16 smaller sections and one larger section.
This project was actually 2 Pinterest ideas that I stuck together.
These are going to hang up above their student work card stock squares. In the past I've used pushpins and binder clips to hang up their work without getting tons of holes in their papers, but I thought that it might be nice to dress it up a bit. I first glued the di cut onto the clothespin, then flipped them over to hot glue on a thumb tack (not a push pin because you want it flat against the wall for leverage).
I also made up my multiplication fact toss with little bits of extra labels - an idea from Live, Laugh, Love, Teach.
Somehow, even with moving so much stuff into the classroom yesterday, my dining room table is still piled up with projects.... Well, I'm off to laminate a bunch of math games. Hope you had a good day!