How to Organize Your Classroom Using Vertical Storage for Ribbons and Tape

Are you wondering how to organize ribbons and tapes in the classroom? This classroom management tip will be helpful to elementary teachers.
The other day I featured a clever idea for making a custom vertical storage system for paperwork. It turns out tiered hangers really lend themselves to some great "outside the box" purposes.

I love to use ribbon in the classroom. I went a bit ribbon crazy when I made over my room this summer {you can see all of my classroom projects that were included in my Classroom Makeover here}. 


Ribbon in the classroom can be used to jazz up so many things, but my favorite use is to make borders out of it. When I am coaching teachers on how to set up their classrooms or helping them organize their space and make it look more cohesive, I often suggest selecting ribbons that match their classroom theme or color scheme. It can be used in so many ways.

I currently have all of my ribbons stored...uh, make that dumped...into a basket. It works. But, this would be way better. It would easily hang in a closet or display it in a craft center.


Are you wondering how to organize ribbons and tapes in the classroom? This classroom management tip will be helpful to elementary teachers.





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Are you wondering how to organize ribbons and tapes in the classroom? This classroom management tip will be helpful to elementary teachers.



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