How to Organize Power Cords in the Classroom

Classrooms are filled with various power cords. This teacher tip will show you how to easily label the cords to save time and improve classroom organization.

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

Did you ever notice how we allegedly live in a "wireless world" and yet there seem to still be cords EVERYWHERE?! I loathe cords. And therefore I love this idea for labeling them easy-peasy. Simply attach one of those plastic tags that hold your bread shut and label it with the name of the item on the other end. That's the simple way. If you want to get a little more fancy pants you could use some spray paint you may have kicking around and make them all fancy pants. Either way it's a good use for a free item.

Classrooms are filled with various power cords. This teacher tip will show you how to easily label the cords to save time and improve classroom organization.



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