Organizing The Room
If you teach elementary, kids are always making pictures for you. But what do you do with them all? By adding them to a clipboard, you can display the most recent and still be able to look through pictures from the past. Idea from Clean & Scentsible blog. I could tweak this to display student work as a portfolio...
Great idea!! might make one for my classroom door!!
displaying student's work - laminated pieces of construction paper and clothes pins with thumb tacks hot glued to back
A new way to hang my students work...just some yardsticks, clothespins, gorilla glue, and mounting tape. I love it!
Placing tables, glaze buckets and storage containers on wheels so they can be easily moved will offer greater flexibility and utility of studio space. Often, the inflexibility of equipment or supplies within the studio limits efficient production of pottery. Minor details in the production operation should not be overlooked, as pottery making is made up of small, labor-intensive, manual operations.
How to stay organized with sample glaze tiles - Attach it directly to the glaze container...now, only the time to make them!
GENIUS! hot glue tacks to clothes pins, hanging classroom work has never been so easy! You could even decorate/paint the clothespins first to go with the classroom color scheme.
VERY cool! Maybe I could do this to my ugly brown cabinets.
Under-the-sink Think above & below for finding extra storage: above bookcases, cabinets, & shelves, & below sinks, countertops, & tables. -- Use discount store plastic shelves where they fit to separate dish towels, washcloths, and cleaning supplies. -- Use a small file cabinet to store house records or take out the folders and use the cabinet as extra kitchen drawers.
organizing kids' school papers and art!
Organizing art supplies
Store glitter in saltshakers
Craft organization for holding pens, scissors, ribbon scraps, others small/light things.