How to Organize Your Teaching Supplies Using a Magnetic Sheet

Does your teacher work area need organizing? Using a magnetic sheet can help you become a more organized teacher.

Last week's Clutter-Free Classroom Project Challenge focused on organizing your desk.  Please visit that post for over 25 tips on creating and maintaining an organized workspace. This week I'll be featuring Clever Ideas related to that topic.

Yesterday I posted a cute desktop organizer that was created using fabric and a frame so this seemed like a good follow-up. While the version above appears a bit "cluttered" to me, you could certainly take the concept and streamline it a bit to manage your basic needs in a neat and useful manner. 




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Does your teacher work area need organizing? Using a magnetic sheet can help you become a more organized teacher.

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