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Danielle Rebecca
Danielle Rebecca • 1 year ago

organize construction paper in plastic files. Keep scraps in the green hanging folders that separate the colors. Crates also work. This makes them stackable and portable and easily used by students. No more mess and damaged paper! Great idea!

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Organize construction paper in hanging files to eliminate messy stacks of paper. Great idea!

Color code shelves so kids know the correct place for Work Work tubs and/or math tubs. Use laminated construction paper taped to shelves

WHILE YOU WERE OUT STATION (1) Attach the While You Were Out sign to a heavy plastic shoe box. (2) Glue the days-of-the-week labels to black file folders. (3) Drop the folders into the labeled box. Now, whenever you give a classwork, homework, or long-term assignment to your class, all you have to do is remember to insert the extra papers into the folder marked with the day you presented each assignment. (free kit download)

One pattern, all the princesses :) Filing this one away...

scrap booking paper on the front, glue a pushpin on the back=easy way to change out student work on a bulletin board I would use these for each student to have their own pin on a bulletin board and get them to display work they are proud of.

This should HANG in every Scrapbook Workshop!