The teacher who inspired this organization method had each drawer labled for each subject, as well as for art activities, coloring pages, math games, and sub activities. I also have a bin full of sub activites; however having another set of drawers for sub materials might also be a good solution for my storage and organization issues! I'm excited to give it a try!Pin It
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Organizing for Survival
This year, I was hired for my current position just a few days before school started. Since then, it has been a daily job to find new ways to organize a space that does not have any storage space. My latest means to organize my lessons has been my lifesaver. I saw something similar in another teacher's classroom, and decided to adapt the same method to fit my needs. I now organize everything by days of the week. Whatever worksheets, activities, and supplies I will need for that day's lessons go in the corresponding drawer. There is also a bin for next week's materials so that on Friday, I can pull out that drawer and just as easily put them in the correct drawers for next week. I think this will also be extremely helpful for when I have a sub. I won't have to go crazy pulling stuff together, but just pull out the drawer and make a copy of the days's lesson plans.