Tuesday, July 31, 2012


Classroom 360 is a complete tour of my classroom as designed for the 2012-2013 school year. Each post highlights an aspect of my room with photos, a detailed explanation of it's purpose, and often times videos.

This post is a another Classroom 360, Teacher Tip and Flash Freebie all in one.

I use these boxes to organize my copies and materials that I will need to go with my lessons each day.

When the copies are made, I simply slide them into the appropriate box for the day I plan to use them. I love this method for a few reasons:

a) everything is at my fingertips
b) the vertical design makes it easy to flip through and find what I need
c) in the event that I am out unexpectedly or need to leave the room, someone can step in and take over
d) if we have a snow day or don't have time to get through everything that had been planned, it is very easy to shift the materials over to the next day.

I decided to spruce up my boxes this year to better mesh with the Blackline Design Decor I have integrated into the space. I made the labels available for you to download and print for free. You'll be able to add your own flair and make everything coordinate to your space by selecting cards tock, border or scrapbook paper to match your classroom theme or color scheme.

{Click here to access and download the labels and directions for creating your own boxes}
For more tips and ideas on organizing and managing your classroom please check out my Clutter-Free Guide. This post is part of:
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