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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Classroom Labels

Last year, the office where my mom works went out of business. They had tons of office supplies to donate and my classroom was luckily one of the luck recipients. The best find in all of the donations were clear, plastic self-adhesive business card holders.



These are an awesome reuseable option for labeling cabinets, shelves, and bins throughout my classroom. I love my classroom labels to be pretty and I hated having to reprint and laminate them every time I reorganized my storage or group bins. With the adhesive card holders all I had to do was print, cut, and slide them in.

I was also thrilled to discover that they came off of my cabinets fairly easily when I had to move to my new room and it seems like I will still be able to reuse them!




4 comments:

Mrs. Wheeler said...

Great tip, Allison!!
Mrs. Wheeler’s First Grade
Mrs. Wheeler TpT

Angelia said...

So glad to find another ESE teacher out here in blog land! I loved reading about how you use the TEACCH system. I got to attend TEACCH training in NC a few years ago when I was working with some students with autism. Now I'm working as resource teacher but always question whether I should go self-contained. I look forward to reading more from you!

Angelia
Extra Special Teaching

Lacey said...

I start in a self contained autism class in the fall. I look forward to hearing your experiences. I have also give you an award, Click Here to check it out.

Lacey
Challenges Make Life Interesting

Mrs. Davis said...

OMG! Genius! I'm so happy to have found this tip for my classroom move this year.

(Yikes, I get my keys tomorrow!)

Thanks for sharing... and for the award love! :)

Kim
Carried Away in Kindergarten