Hi again everyone! I am back with a little file to share tonight. And I’m linking up with my lovely friend Tara for her…
So. This file is for the latest storage addition to my classroom (as if I needed more)…
Ok, I realize I have purchased practically the whole line of Really Good Stuff’s neon bins…from paper baskets to pencil baskets. So how could I hold back from getting matching book bins?
Actually, they were kind of a mistake that worked out well. Since my students use tables rather than desks, I thought these would be ideal to hold their books and things.
They kept falling down. And I couldn’t take that sound all day!
So we did a switcheroo (switcharoo? Too tired to look it up!) and used them for our textbooks and whiteboards along one of our three windowsills.
(Normally I don’t like to block any of the natural light coming in from the windows because I love it…but I don’t mind in this case because the bins fit in so nicely…and they don’t fall down).
And I LOVE having the text books in these because it looks so organized and there’s no way they can be a mess. They have to be put in nicely!
The file I’m sharing has the little black labels within a Powerpoint. I left it editable so you can change the color of the label (if you don’t want black) and add in the text you would like for your bins, if you would like to use the file. And here it is…
Please note: This file is intended for personal use only and is not to be used to create any other file (to sell or share). Thank you!!
Where do you store textbooks in your classroom? Thanks for visiting! 🙂
I’m an elementary math coach with a passion for sharing beautiful, streamlined solutions to save teachers time. Ladybug’s Teacher Files has been a work of love since 2010. Filled with organization, time-saving ideas, and make and take tech tutorials…I strive to save you time in all aspects of your teaching!