How to Create Classroom Storage Using Laundry Baskets

Not all teachers have cubbies for student coats and backpacks. This classroom storage option made with laundry baskets can solve that problem.

It's classroom storage week for the 2013 Clutter-Free Classroom Project.

If you, or someone you know, is even a wee bit handy this may be a wonderful and frugal option for storing classroom items. I like it because it is spacious, fairly open, and versatile. You could use colorful laundry baskets. You can make it as tall as you like. The tags are too cute as well.

Not all teachers have cubbies for student coats and backpacks. This classroom storage option made with laundry baskets can solve that problem.



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