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5 Tips to Organize Your Classroom in 2020!

Tip #1

Place sets of readers, activities, or crafts into our Book Buddy Bags and hang them for easy storage. This will help keep your classroom clean and teach your students about organization.

Tip #2

First, you will need some old cans (We prefer Progresso Brand, but that's up to you...). Second, Take some old or extra border and wrap them around the can. Third, fill them with markers or pencils to keep them nice and organized in your crafts corner.

Tip #3

Grab an old border, some colored paper, cut-out letters, and some storage bins. Wrap the border around the center of the bin and cut-out some squares of paper big enough for however you want to label the bins. Add the labels and... voila! You're now more organized than you were 10 minutes ago.

Tip #4

Find some old or extra nameplates and use them to help organize your daily schedule next to your calendar. You can make smaller emblems, such as the "No School" one in the photo to the right or even ones for different holidays.

Tip #5

Nametags are great for labeling . They can be placed on all different kinds of bins to identify different subjects, to let your students know where to turn in their assignments and much more. This tip can really be used anywhere you need a label in your classroom.

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