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Great Products for Your Classroom

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Classroom Organization Products

These photo boxes are perfect for storing task cards and other materials around the classroom.

I like this particular set because it has a case for 12 task card boxes, making it even easier to keep them organized.

I love, love these drawers in my classroom! I use them for each chapter for ELA, reading, and math. It makes filing my materials so easy! I also love that I can store a few picture books, task cards, and more in each drawer!

To be honest, they are a little on the pricy side, but I purchased one each year until I had all 3 that i needed.

Are you looking for more storage for student supplies? I love using an over the door shoe organizer for students to store materials like crayons, markers, and glue.

I love using these Really Good Stuff book bins for students to store the individual books they are reading. I usually place these directly on the floor in front of my whiteboard.

If students have a handful of interesting books already selected, they don’t waste time during silent reading at the bookshelf.

I have also had students store their reading and writing notebooks in their book bins.

Flexible Seating Options

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I love giving students the chance to use wobble stools when they work. These stools are easy to move around. I like to keep them at my guided reading table and also have them available for students to use at their desks or tables.

When picking out stability balls for the classroom I highly recommend you find some with legs. This helps prevent them from rolling away.

If you are looking for a cheaper option, I have seen yoga balls available at Five Below. Personally, I have never used the Five Below yoga balls but wanted to share a more cost-effective option in case you are paying for flexible seating yourself.

Standing desks are a great way for students to move. I especially love this standing desk with my students because it has a kick bar students can move and additional storage.

You can also add bed risers to desks to make them higher.

I love using these folding floor chairs near my library area. Students can sit comfortably as they work or read, and the seats can be easily stored flat.

Students also love sitting in saucer chairs to complete work.

I also had a nugget couch in my classroom, but found some other similar modular foam couches.