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  • Stephanie Barker

    Zip tie crates to end of table groups to make an organizers for each group!!! Transferring camp bedside table idea into classroom organization stations. I like it.

  • Wanda Burdick

    I am going to try these as book shelves also! At the end of the year, cut the zip ties and the books are already stored! Zip tie crates to end of table groups to make an organizers for each group!!!

  • Tommie Parenica

    Easy Temporary Organizers: Zip tied crates. Teachers can use at end of table groups to make an organizers for each group!!!

  • Emily Wright

    Zip tie crates to end of table groups to make an organizers for each group! saves desk space?

  • Carolann Cormier

    A wealth of resources of classroom ideas, including lesson plans, planning, technology and special education

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