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Seriously? A dish rack will hold file folders? Brilliant!! Love the utensil holder for pencils. Too perfect.

Now why didn't I think of this??? And to think, I've been using post-its all this time

My mom has given me a bunch of these to make for Sam. They are file folder games. Guess I better get going on the ones I have since it won't be long before Sam is pre-school age.

File folder games are a great way for students to practice school subjects and still have fun. I got interested in file folder games because my...

Use a dish drainer, outfitted with file folders and office necessities.

Buy the Wood magazine organizers from Ikea Mail station made of magazine holders. I've found, if you have a little patience, you can use cereal boxes to make your own magazine holders. Cut to desired size and decoupage with a 50/50 glue and water solution. 2 -3 layers makes it quite strong. I use paper grocery bags or used copy paper for decoupaging. Once completely dry, stain or paint.

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

hanging folders-no more papers all over the small dorm room desks

Re-purposed dish rack. I've been looking for a mail-sorter. All the mail ends up on our breakfast table in heaps and piles. This would be perfect to put on our kitchen desk (which is only a few steps from the breakfast table) and suit the whole kitchen theme, too!

Craft Paper Storage: Special order 2 gallon ziptop bags, 1 gallon bags won't hold 12x12" scrapbook paper. The best price I found was for 13x15" ziptop bags on Amazon in a 100 pack for about $16. Get packs of pants hangers at your local big box store.

This is so ingenious and it eliminates the hazard that a book case poses such as being pulled down/over onto a little one if not secured to the wall. It looks like pinch points exist where the rods sit on the metal holders. Little fingers might be at-risk for an injury. If anyone has used this at home with little ones, I would like to hear your feedback.