How to Organize Your Classroom With Matching Storage Containers

These classroom storage containers were purchased at the Dollar Store.

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

And since I often preach about how nice it is to use "matching" storage containers instead of a hodge podge I thought it would be a good idea to share how some teachers have used Dollar Store containers to create small storage areas in their classrooms. It's kind of a happy medium for folks who may not want to have true "matchy-matchy" containers, but the fact that they are congruent presents a neat appearance.
These classroom storage containers were purchased at the Dollar Store.




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