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Classroom Organization Ideas for Teachers

by Household Essentials • August 06, 2021
Classroom Organization Ideas for Teachers

This one is for all of the wonderful teachers preparing for the upcoming school year. Maybe you feel like the summer days are passing by much more quickly as the first day of school approaches. As teachers, we know that you put an exponential amount of time strategically planning for the year which is why we wanted to share some classroom organization ideas that may be helpful as you start planning. We hope you find these ideas helpful!


1. Bookshelf 
Store textbooks, novels, notebooks for quick and easy access while you are teaching. The cube wall shelf is perfect for not only storing all of the above, but it is also designed to house cube storage boxes where you can store loose school supplies. 







2.Storage Bins 
These are an efficient way of storing loose school supplies such as paper, craft materials, office supplies, and much more! The sturdy frame of these cubed storage bins allow you to stack them giving you more functionality. Not only are those storage bins sturdy and functional, but they also come in many different colors so that you can light up your classroom with a rainbow


of colors. 

       
Shop the rainbow of colors here: pink, lime green, turquoise, and orange.








3. Over-the-Door Organizers
We know that you need to get creative with your organization solutions which is why Over-the-Door Organizers made it to the list. You can hang these on any door or any flat surface such as a whiteboard or rack. Some things you can store are notebooks, pens/pencils, electronics, and wires. Each section is able to hold up to 5 pounds giving you the durability you need to creatively store semi-heavy items.




4. Cart with Wheels 
Having supplies on the go is a must-have as a teacher! That is why a cart with wheels is just the tool for carting supplies whether you are walking around the classroom or need to transport things from one classroom to another. This Heavy Duty Cart is sturdy enough to store the more heavier items.
















5. Clothespins
These can come in handy during craft time or if you need to hang papers from a rack. These color-coded clothespins come with cushioned grips for easy clip and go especially if you use them multiple times a day!




6. Caddies
Need a place to store or transport craft supplies? These white, plastic storage caddies are great for storing your markers, construction paper, colored pencils, and glue sticks. 







7. Extra Large Storage Bags
Having extra large storage bags can come in handy when you need to store or transport emergency supplies, toys, or sports equipment. The MightyStor Storage Bags in particular are extremely moisture-resistant, tear-resistant, and flexible making it ideal to withstand the entire school year.

Did you find these ideas helpful? We would love to hear from you in the comments below!

We wish you the best of success as you start the new academic year this Fall!


 

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