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White on white for storage totes and shelves is a good choice for organizing paper, book, and notebook collections of random sizes.

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Jenn Vice Marshall uses patterned scrapbook paper to decorate the back of her classroom storage units - a great idea for end of year clean-up when the units are emptied.

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Kindergarten workshop teacher Adrienne German uses these collapsable beach totes as student "book bags."

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Same-size, clear tubs with large printed labels on shelves store math manipulatives in Adrienne German's kindergarten class.

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Teachers who tried and abandoned scrapbooking are finding many uses for leftover scrapbook paper. In Andrea Smith's 4th grade classroom, the paper dresses up storage shelves.

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Literacy coach Heather Sisson stores materials for parent checkout adjacent to the volunteer sign-in kiosk making them accessible to all.

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Literacy coach Heather Sisson stores helpful resources for parenting on a rack where visitors and volunteers enter to sign-in.

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First grade teacher Andrew Pitman stores his books with kid-appealing categories like "Mice Books" using both a number system that matches the books and images.

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Rather than individual sets of markers, Mandy Robek organizes them by color in her kindergarten classroom. Easy for students to select a set, and learn their colors as they put the markers away.

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Kindergarten teacher Adrienne German uses images of favorite characters and a friendly font to mark the bins storing books for her young readers.

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