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Goodmorning!  Coming to you this morning with another post in the series: Mission Organization: Teacher Style.  I’ve decided to round up some of the best posts out there on different ways to organize your classroom.  I just love when my favorite bloggers round up ideas that I know will be useful and have correct links!  Sometimes on Pinterest, I will pin something and then go back to the idea to find it was not linked right and I just don’t have time to hunt for that one little tip.  I hope this solves some of that problem.  In case you missed the last posts, check them out HERE, HERE, and HERE.

This week we are featuring some awesome ideas on organizing all those little school supplies.

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Enjoy!

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1.  Using soap boxes for small items such as crayons from Going Nutty in Mrs. Squirrel’s First Grade.

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2. Supplies ready to go in numbered bags to correspond with their own numbers.  Each child gets a bag and is ready to go with the supplies they need for that activity from Mrs. Terhune.

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3.  Organizing paper in a file cabinet also from Mrs. Terhune.

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4.  A fun one: organizing supplies in spray painted cans from Controlling My Chaos.

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5.  Organizing supplies at the end of each group.  Easy accessible!  From Mrs. Scott.

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6.  Organizing small objects in baby wipe containers.  Reuse!  From Sweet Shoppe.

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7.  Hanging see-thru pockets attached to the end of table groups.  From The High-Tech Teacher.

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8.  Placing all supplies in see-thru shoe boxes and labeling them from A Day in the Life of a Classroom Teacher.

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9.  Free supply labels from First Class Teacher.

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10.  Using canisters with lids from The Learning Tree.

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11.  Organizing paper by color from Two Things in Common.

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12.  Using smaller compartments for table groups from Simply Sweet Teaching.

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13.  More free supply labels from Innovative Connections.
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14.  Using shoe boxes for storage making it easier for kids to open and close containers from Thrifty Fun.

 

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15.  Organizing with decorative paint cans from Kinder-Craze.

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16.  Using Ziploc snack containers for small objects like crayons then labeling for easy distribution.  From Flamingo Fabulous in Second Grade.

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17.  Using cubbies for supplies then labeling withe name plates.  From Mrs. Tilmon.

18.  Here is a link for a ton of ideas on different organizing tricks.

So, there you have it.  18 Ways to Organize Little School Supplies.  Do you have a fun way to organize some of your smaller items?  I know in the post on teacher areas, I shared a link where a teacher uses a toolbox from Home Depot  or Lowes to put really small objects.  I know we’d all love to hear if you have another way.  Comment below or if you are a blogger, leave the link below.

Happy Organizing!
~April

P.S.  Not ready to organize yet, pin this post and come back later.  🙂
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