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Make Your Own {No Sew} Chair Pockets!

Hi friends! I know the year is winding down for some, but for others (especially my teaching friends on the other side of the world), school is in full session. So today I thought I would post a fun project you could do now - or pin to revisit later. How about some DIY Chair Pockets? Fun! This proje...
  • Eerdmans Books for Young Readers

    Make Your Own {No Sew} Chair Pockets! - The Organized Classroom Blog; Pinner says: "I think I have a job for one of my parent volunteers so they can get their 10 hours in. I HATE books getting scrunched in their desks."

  • Catherine McCollister

    Classroom chair pockets for a few personal items, such as Accelerated Reader books, pencils, etc... This could be a first two weeks of school art project as well !!!

  • The Center for Education Innovation

    Make Your Own {No Sew} Chair Pockets! - The Organized Classroom Blog. | Make learning part of a child's life. #MSCEI #MSeducationInnovation #Education #Classroom #organization

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