How to Store Rolls of Paper in the Classroom

Teachers often store rolls of paper for bulletin boards in the classroom. This is a clever idea for keeping it rolled neatly.

The Clutter-Free Classroom Project Challenge focuses on organizing your classroom. Each morning I'll be featuring Clever Ideas related to that topic.

When I posted all about my classroom makeover last summer, I wrote about how I used wrapping paper a lot in my design. I love how it gave me more options for bright colors and fun patterns and not to mention it is pretty cheap. Needless to say, I have some leftover rolls of paper that have been open. This would also work well with traditional bulletin board paper and craft paper that you've set aside for projects.

Simply cut a toilet paper or paper towel tube and use it to secure the rolls of paper closed. In the past I've used elastics which sometimes leave creases. 

Teachers often store rolls of paper for bulletin boards in the classroom. This is a clever idea for keeping it rolled neatly.



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