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    Great idea for back of chair organizer. Using fabric book covers!

    • Michelle Ryan

      Stretchable Bookcovers as chair pockets. Might be good for teacher table/para table to always have whiteboards.

    • ClassroomIQ

      So smart! Use stretchable book covers as chair pockets. You can stock up during back-to-school sales! #school #class #teachers #newteachers #classroom #chair #covers #book

    • Jacqueline Altmansberger

      TEACHER FRIENDS So smart! Use stretchable book covers as chair pockets. You can stock up during back-to-school sales!

    • Christin Powell

      Stretchy book covers as chair covers to hold supplies - GENIUS! For my friends that are teachers. @Allison De Roo

    • Stephanie Burns

      The Frugal Teacher: My Classroom Chair covers using stretchy book covers for $0.80 each!! Adds a pop of color, too!!

    • Dolores

      Stretchy book covers as chair covers to hold supplies...oh my gravy, why didn't I think of this?!? .... I think this is a great ideas for teachers!

    • Jack Bergeron

      Stretchy book covers as chair covers to hold supplies - Frugal Teacher

    • Sara Ford

      Some cute classroom ideas

    • Shannon L.

      Classroom organization

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