I'm excited to be a part of this blog hop! I learned so many great tips during the last blog hop and have started using several of the ideas in my room. I can't wait to hop along and read all of the
this time, too!
I found these index card holders during a "Back to School" sale last year and knew they would be the perfect size for holding the task cards that I had been using in my room.
Because I have my groups completing different activities, I needed to find a way to label each box that could also be interchangeable. To the rescue: VELCRO DOTS. This allows for me to change the task cards inside each box quickly and I don't have to buy a million different index card holders. (Plus, who has the room for that?)
This allows this mess
To make the boxes interchangeable, I adhere the label (that of course has been laminated) with a Velcro dot. I should buy stock in those little dots.
These boxes are prefect for several different sizes of task cards, too.
When not in use, I keep all of my task cards in plastic baggies (the mess above), but then put the baggies in the corresponding magazine box that organized and labeled by skill.
Next up on the blog hop, you can check out how to use music in the classroom over at The Lesson Guide by clicking Lisa's button below. This is one of my favorite topics and I can't wait to read her post!