Papers, Pencils, and Crayons Oh My! We all know how quickly Art Supplies can add up. Let me help you get those Art Supplies Organized!
Tips for Organizing Books
Are you feeling overrun by books in your program? You've come to the right spot! It's so important to have an assortment of quality reading materials available for young children, however, it's not necessary for your children to have complete access to your whole book collection at all times. For this process, we are going to take a look at setting up and organizing your teacher library. Once this in place, you can easily rotate your book collection into and out of a smaller student library/reading space without hassle!
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Do you know what materials you already have for each theme? Do you know where they are stored? If the answer to any of these questions is no, It's time to take inventory!
Having a digital inventory list of your thematic teaching materials on hand, will help you save you time when you need to plan your lessons. It will also save you money the next time you spot a garage sale, or a run across an awesome sale this summer!
Do you have trouble finding the toys you want to rotate into your learning spaces? Is your storage room out of hand? Having an organized storage room will save you time. Below you will find suggestions on how to organize your storage room for toy rotation.
Ideas for organizing Outdoor Toys
Below you can find a collection of ideas to help you organize your Outside Toys. Keeping your Outdoor Toys Organized helps preserve the life of your Outside Toys, makes them easier to access, and easier put away.
Free Binder Covers and Spines
Are you looking for an easy way to organize your learning materials? This FREE set of 50+ Themed Binder Covers and Spines aligns with all of the Pre-K Printable Fun Lesson Planning themes.
Use these covers to label your binders, bins or even as dividers to separate your books!
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