Learning Resources Storage

I LOVE the Photo & Craft Keeper by Simple Tidy that can be found at Michael’s. Last year I saw a post that someone use this container to store cords and I treated myself to a clear one. I am a big nerd when it comes to organizing and I get excited about the simple things. Confession: I have a container problem and in the future you will see how I use multiple containers. I am in the process of working on a toy project that I have done in the past and slowly working on.

Michael’s had these containers for $15.00 so I brought two more because I realized we needed another bin for cords because I’m married to a computer tech and we have A LOT of cords. I got the rainbow one for a variety of teaching resources. I shared in another post about the sign language cards and I was able to organize them.

When cleaning off my desk the other day I came across an activity I put together for a lesson I did for one of my classes, when I was working toward my associate in Early Childhood Education. I had multiple sets because we had to make enough for other students in the class to use while you taught the lesson. I decided to start making new cards and use the tiles I had. I plan on getting more foam so I can do more word families. These are the things I LOVE doing and since I’m having multiple children all these resources will come in handy.

What are some containers you have used that you LOVE?
How do you keep your teaching resources organize?

I need to work on an inventory of what I have for teaching which is another huge project I need to work on but haven’t figured out the best way to do it. I am thankful that I am able to do these things for my own kids because I have spent years teaching other kids in different settings. Now I get have my own preschool – just with my own kids.

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