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Love to see cute ideas that are also inexpensive! by stacy

Tales of a Teacherista: Chair Pockets. the key to table organization

diy Updated trash cans by Flickr user carterfamily96, http://www.flickr.com/photos/17330560@N07/6006938902/in/photostream/

turn plain trash cans into these with sheets of duct tape, use die cut machine to cut circles or whatever pattern you wish and wa-lah! ( love the idea of duct tape sheets and the die cut machine or cricut!

student stools made out of milk crates + fabric!  love this!!

Clutter-Free Classroom: student seating-interesting idea for seating and storage for the kids

Storing Theme Printables

Behind the Scenes - Storing Printables

Behind the Scenes – Storing Printables. A to do list for storing all the stuff from my daycare.

Simply 2nd Resources.  I LOVE the idea of using border along the edges!  Must do!

Love the idea. I would have to go with plain white shelves, and primary colored baskets for a playroom or white shelves and black/silver baskets for a craft room.

Fill out birthday and other things ahead of time and place in month by month binder. Now that's some organization!

Erica Bohrer's Classroom: Add 1 clear sleeve for each month to teacher binder & insert birthday certificates & such. Or materials for LPs

Hand washing activity for kids. Could be used for all ages! Glitter hand sanitizer = germs

See the Germs! Glitter mixed with hand sanitizer. Teacher uses it, pretends to cough, and then shakes hands with 1 student. The students then shake each others hands and see how the glitter "germs" spread. Discuss proper hand washing after.

No more kids standing at the crayon box digging for 20 minutes to find a color they need!  Anything that has to do with organization is awesome to me.  I think I have a minor case of OCD.

No more kids standing at the crayon box digging for 20 minutes to find a color they need! Love her crayon storage too, each kid gets a soap box for crayons.