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  • Krista

    What a great (classroom) idea! Two filing cabinets back to back, creating a magnetic bulletin board!

  • Lyndsey Dammann

    Classroom decor: Two filing cabinets back to back, creating a magnetic bulletin board! (picture only)

  • Lauren Rizzoli

    Two filing cabinets back to back, creating a magnetic bulletin board! Brilliant!! I wish we had black ones at my school... I will make this magnetic board my "No Name" board. I needed a new spot for that anyway.

  • Beth Danner

    Buy: fabric (measure classroom file cabinets), edging (metallic duct tap instead of edging)

  • Kaitlin Meares

    Two filing cabinets back to back, creating a magnetic bulletin board. Classroom organization. For my teaching friends!!!

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I hated the fact the my two filing cabinets didn't match - so I pushed their backs together and covered one side with some cute fabric and a border - now u can't tell they don't match and plus I have a magnet board for behind my desk - it was super easy and cheap

This is a great website for getting tips on how to decorate your classroom. It makes me want to re-do my primary colored room!

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I love this idea! Might have to think about doing this to my filing cabinets at work and it definitely makes me regret getting rid of an old one that I had here at the house!

This teacher is a pro at maximizing space. Look at all of the folder and bulletin board space she created from the back and side of a file cabinet!

I think I could pin every picture on her site!!! This has the reading bulletin board ideas too.

Two filing cabinets back to back with fabric to cover. Magnet board!!!

NOW EDITABLE!! You will NEVER have to thumb around your desk and filing cabinets for what you need again! You will already have it in your binder...organized and neatly placed! After teaching for 6+ years, I finally did it and I'm super proud of it! I spoke to several of my fellow educators and found out what they needed at their fingertips and this is what I came up with. 232 pages of organization!$