Hi Sweet Friends!
I am loving all of the fabulous organizational ideas I have been reading about through the Optimum Organization Linky Party. Now that I've finally been able to get into my classroom to take some pictures, I couldn't wait to link up with Ladybug's Teacher Files and Fun in Room 4B for
I thought I would share with you my organizational system for copies, graded papers, and student work.
These are book boxes that I have labeled with days of the week. These are where I keep my copies for the week. They are easy to access and also make it easy for a sub to find needed copies. I cut out colored scrapbook paper that matched my classroom decor to put on the spine of the book boxes. Then I printed out the days of the week. This idea came from the Clutter Free Classroom.
2. Graded Papers
I know it's not very pretty, but it works really well. In our district, all important communication and student papers are sent home in a "Friday Folder" at the end of the school week. To organize all of this information quickly so that it isn't overwhelming at the end of the week, I have a hanging file folder for each student in a crate. This is where I place all graded papers and other communication forms from our school. Then at the end of the week a parent volunteer places these papers in each student's Friday Folder.
3. Student Work
I purchased these plastic trays from the Dollar Tree. I attached labels for each of the subject areas onto the baskets. These baskets are placed along a shelf at the back of the classroom. This is where my student's place their classwork when completed.
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I would love to hear how you organize graded papers and classwork completed by your students.