The Best Way To Store My Editable Cubby Tags
Its no secret that i’m obsessed with cubby tags, I absolutely love using them throughout my classroom. Over the years i’ve collected a pretty good stash of cubby tags from other amazing teachers, and of course my own. I love my cubby tags but I honestly dread changing them out, because I would have to search through a huge pile of cubby tags to get to the tags I needed.
If you have downloaded my cubby tags, I have a great FREEBIE for you to use, in order to keep the cubby tags organized. This will also help you access the ones you need easily when it comes time to change them out! Keep reading to check out my super simple cubby tags storage system, I will also share with you some of my best ways to store any printable you may have!
Here’s What you will need:
Quart Size ZipLock Bags
My Cubby Tags Label FREEBIE
Medium Size Container for storage
The cubby tags labels are the perfect size for quart size ziplock bags, All you have to do is print, laminate (*optional) and stick to each ziplock bag for each set of cubby tags you have!
Cubby Labels Included in FREEBIE!
Back to School
Black History Month
St. Patricks Day
Hispanic Heritage Month
Here are some of my favorite ways to store all my classroom printable!
My absolute go to storage system for most if my printable! Lucky for me, clear containers come in all diffrent sizes these days! So i’m able to easily find the container that I need for my project size.
Very convenient, cost efficient, and takes up very minimal space. I love using ziplock bags for my classroom labels, and small posters that I use and change throughout the year!
3 Ring Binders
I love using this method for parent handouts, and reusable classroom resources that I can change out during the year. Wen using this method I tend to place everything inside clear sleeves with pocket. I also like to use sleeves on the side, this allows me to go right to the resource I need without having to ripe the whole binder apart, in search of one printable.
10 Drawer Teacher Cart
I don’t think i’ve meet a teacher yet, who is not in love with those bright colorful 10 count drawer carts. I love these things, and use them for my larger supplies that we use throughout the week. such a glue, printer paper, scissors, glue. I also use it for printable as well.