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My post today is going to focus on organizational ideas for your classroom. I am a middle school math teacher and at times struggle on how to organize all of my supplies, task cards, centers, and worksheets/Teacher Pay Teacher purchases. I wanted my organization this year to be accessible to my students, especially when we have math free time or Friday Funday. I also wanted to make sure that my classroom was neat and organized for anyone that walked in. So here are some strategies that I have found worked throughout the year and ones that I am implementing this year.
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Student Supply Cart
This amazing supply cart I utilize for my student supplies. The absent bin is usually found on this cart along with a stapler, tape dispenser, and hole puncher. I then label the various bins with things like lined paper, graph paper, construction paper, glue sticks, scissors, rulers, markers, colored pencils, etc. It is a great way to organize the student supplies and they students always know where to go for supplies they might have forgotten at home or do not have.
Task Card Holder
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