How to Make Your Own Classroom Mailboxes

Are you wondering how to make classroom mailboxes? This classroom management tip will be helpful to elementary teachers.

When I first saw this I thought, "Oh cute idea."

That thought was immediately followed by, "But, who has the time to make a class set of mailboxes?"

And that thought was immediately followed by, "GREAT SCOTT! I HAVE A GENIUS IDEA!!!"

Because while I fancy myself a bit of an classroom organizational guru, 12x18 construction paper is my kryptonite. I hate how it just doesn't fit neatly anywhere. That's when I realized I could get some boxes that are just the right size, duct tape the open edges so they look all pretty and then tape them together, cover them in a super stylish paper or fabric and my problem will be solved.

Now to just find the time to do that.

Are you wondering how to make classroom mailboxes? This classroom management tip will be helpful to elementary teachers.


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