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A lot of people have it tough right now as far as work goes, but I think that being a teacher these days would be very difficult.

My sister is a high school Math teacher and she’s been filling me in on just how frustrating it is…and she’s not even back in the classroom yet.

But some teachers are back in the building with kids and, because most teachers in the U.S. are underpaid and don’t get the supplies they need, they have to get very creative with how they’re going to teach kids in person during this health crisis.

And I think all of the teachers deserve an A+! And a raise!

Let’s take a look…

1. Dad for the win!

This is a good idea.

Clean hands will be ready to go whenever we get back into the classroom!

Posted by Stephanie Deal on Friday, July 17, 2020

2. Get into your little trucks.

How cute!

No playing. Masks all day. Six feet apart at all times.School seems like a frightening place, when you read about all…

Posted by Maybe I'll Shower Today on Wednesday, August 5, 2020

3. Put on the wings.

And stay at least 6 feet away from each other.

4. Book Boats! Very cool!

And I bet the kids love it!

5. A cool history lesson.

And they’re coming in handy these days.

6. Follow the lines.

It’s like the episode of The Brady Bunch where they mark off the floor to separate the room…you remember, right?

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De Veerboot maakt zich klaar om op veilige manier les te geven #coronaclassroom #corona

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7. Safe and secure.

This will keep the kiddos away from each other.

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Growth MiNdSeT 🧠🙌🏻 wooden stands for each of my plexiglass trifolds!!! They just slide in and out to make them more sturdy for my FIRSTIES!! My AMAZING school district provided the plexiglass!!! . . My hubs did it AGAIN, y’all! I don’t give this guy enough kudos— He’s worked in the garage with the heat index of 108, made us breakfast and coffee this morning, and clean the whole house this weekend!! I couldn’t get any luckier!! 💜💚💙 . . Check my story to see how easy it is to use! 😍 . . . #virtuallearning #distancelearning #digitallearning #funwithmrsfadal #internationalteacher #tftpickme #tft #weareteachers #ITeachSecond #TexasTeachers #texasteachertribe #teachersofinstagram #teachersofig #teachersfollowteachers #FunWithMrsFadal #iteachtoo #christianteacher #wholebrainteaching #SecondGrade #iteachk #iteachfirst #iteachsecond #iteachthird #classroomcommunity #classroomculture #iteachfirst

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8. Make it a beach day!

This is a cool idea!

Kindergarten "Lifes a Beach" classroom idea! Thoughts?(Credit and classroom of: Lacy Jenkins)

Posted by Crafty Morning on Friday, August 7, 2020

9. Brightly colored and all!

And they can get in shape!

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🌈 A rainbow of yoga mats that will be used for social distancing in my classroom! Mats are from Amazon. 🌈 #iteachtoo #iteachpreschool #iteachprek #preschoolteacher #preschool #socialdistanceclassroom #rainbowclassroom #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowerteachers #classroomorganization #iteach #teaching #teachingideas #teachingkids #earlychildhoodeducation #earlychildhoodeducator #earlychildhood #earlychildhoodlearning #amazonteachers

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10. Keeping a safe distance.

You gotta do what you gotta do.

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Happy 😊. This space feels happy. After measuring and cleaning and decorating and measuring and taping and hanging and organizing and…did I say measuring?🤔 This home-sweet-classroom feels happy and worth every bit of work put in this week. I hope my students feel happy when they walk in here in a few soon. I will be sharing more of the details but for now I’m so excited that the bulk of the work is done ✅. . . . #classroomsetup #classroomdecor #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowingteachers #teacher #teacherlife #backtoschool #covidteaching #socialdistancing #socialdistancingclassroom #firstgradeteachers #classroominspiration

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11. Ready to go!

A lot of hard work is going into this.

12. Time to break out the plastic.

It is what it is…

What a crazy time, huh?

How about you?

Do you have kids who are back to school? If so, how is it going?

Or maybe you’re a teacher who has also had to be creative with how to safely teach kids in the classroom?

Talk to us in the comments! We look forward to hearing from you!