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Teacher Organization Hacks

As a teacher, being organized can significantly increase your productivity and lead to a more efficient and effective classroom. To help with organization, here are some useful hacks!


Containers, Bins, and Storage Galore


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Storage in the classroom is crucial for maintaining an organized and efficient learning environment.



Flashcard holder for teachers
4"x 6" Photo Cases

Are you looking for a convenient storage solution for your operation flashcards or card decks? These can be used in a variety of ways, such ways they can be used are for various classroom activities and station games.

Flashcard cases

Teachers and students can benefit from using 4"x 6" photo cases to keep small educational materials organized, portable, and protected. These cases are versatile and convenient, making them an essential resource in any classroom setting.






Book and Binder Holders
Book and Binder Holders


Organize your books with ease using the durable Book and Binder Holders from Really Good Stuff. They are ideal for classroom libraries.


In the past, this made it much easier for the kids to search through books in the classroom library or even to have a place to put their binders for each subject!







Storage Bins

These storage bins are perfect for classrooms. They are ideal for kids to turn in homework and papers and encourage organization. Available in various colors, they measure 14 ¼ " x 10".


Using storage bins in the classroom is a great way to keep things organized and easily accessible. They can hold books, supplies, and other learning materials, helping to create an efficient learning environment. To make the most of these bins, it's essential to label them clearly and establish a system that works for both teachers and students. Regularly checking and decluttering the bins is also essential to ensure they continue to be useful.





Student storage bags

Storage Pouches

These pouches are versatile and can be used for storing pencils, documents, prints, classroom cash, and board games. They are suitable for a wide range of people, including college and elementary school students, office workers, makeup artists, and travelers.


In the past, I have used these storage pouches to hold my student's "math cash," which can be found in my Teacher's Pay Teacher's store, as well as class raffle tickets. This is a great way to keep organized if you reward your students as a positive classroom management strategy.




Movable Organizer Cart

Movable Organizer Cart

A movable organizer cart is a great solution for teachers who want convenient, customizable, and efficient storage. It helps them stay organized and focused on their teaching responsibilities.

A movable organizer cart is a perfect solution! You can fill it with weekly copies, writing utensils, sticky notes, rulers, and any other supplies you might need. It's super flexible and convenient, making it a great addition to your classroom setup.






Classroom Storage Drawer



Drawer Storage

Stay organized with the 20-drawer storage organizer. See-through drawers and durable plastic make it perfect for art, office, or classroom use. Finger-grip pulls and stackable cabinets save space.


Drawer storage in the classroom is a practical way to organize materials and supplies. Use separate compartments for commonly used items like markers, crayons, and glue sticks. You can also store manipulatives and educational games in separate drawers for different subjects.


Binders and Sheet Protectors

Teacher binders make organizing classroom papers easy. They keep important documents in one place and protect them with sheet protectors. Choose an appropriate size, label sections, remove outdated materials, and personalize with dividers and color-coded tabs for optimal organization.


Sheet and Binders Protectors

If you're a teacher who wants to make lesson planning more organized, using binders with different sections can be incredibly helpful. You can use each section to store various materials, such as lesson plans, unit outlines, curriculum documents, and pacing guides. Additionally, binders can have sections for storing educational standards, assessment materials like rubrics and grading guidelines, as well as sample student work. This makes it easy to keep track of assessments, monitor student progress, and grade assignments quickly and efficiently. Additionally, binders can have sections for storing parent communication materials like contact information, meeting notes, and newsletters. This will help you stay on top of parent interactions and communicate effectively with families. Lastly, binders can have sections for storing teaching resources like worksheets, graphic organizers, templates, and educational articles. By organizing all of these materials in binders, you'll be able to access and use them easily during instructional planning and delivery.

 

I hope these organizational tips will help make your classroom run more smoothly in the coming year. Wishing you all the best in staying organized, my friends!

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