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  • Amy

    2nd Grade Sandcastle: My classroom! Front Folders to prevent papers from getting shoved into the black hole or keeping track of unfinished work.

  • Angela Shelton

    Love this! Front folders for unfinished work instead of inside desks where sometimes the work disappears into black holes. I hope I have enough file folders to do this. :)

  • Suzanne House-Thomas

    Teacher Classroom Ideas- Front folders! Laminate them to make sturdier and will last all year.

  • Courtney Zitzewitz

    Classroom Management

  • JoAnn Bricker

    front folders classroom organization. love this idea via 2nd grade sandcastle blog.

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