HOW TO STORE STUDENT SUPPLIES IN THE CLASSROOM

Do you find student supplies everywhere in your classroom? If so, you need to check out these organization hacks for storing student supplies here.
Not only are kids not naturally organized and need someone to teach them organizational strategies, but there are more and more children who are presenting with executive function struggles and ADHD (which poses challenges in organizing time and materials).  The person to help these students is YOU!  You may be thinking, “My job is to teach students how to read and develop a strong number sense, not all of these additional responsibilities that are being thrusted on me.”  However, when a student can’t find or easily access what they need for a lesson, they become off task and distracted or may even exhibit behaviors that impact the class as a whole.  This directly impacts your ability to teach your students the content they need.  More and more teachers are using flexible seating to meet the needs of their students, but a problem that many teachers face is how to store student supplies in the classroom.  Read below to learn how you can solve this problem.

This blog post will…


  • Equip you with a solution for storing student supplies in the classroom

Before we begin:



Storage Solution

Here is an example of how a teacher placed one of those plastic shelving units between the desks to store student supplies on. She also has chair pockets.  As a desk-loather I'm all for not using the desks as desks. This would be a great option for using them as "tables."

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