You may have noticed by now that I like organization.  A lot.  Well, I thought I would share one of my newest tricks with you!  

Here’s a great classroom mailbox idea - use them for organizing!  The slots are a perfect size for chrome books, classroom magazines, extra papers and more.  A great way for teachers (and students) to stay organized!


When I taught second grade, I used my student mailboxes as, well, mailboxes.  This was the area where students picked up their homework and important papers each day.  After I moved to fifth grade, I found that this process didn't work quite as well.  So I ended up with a giant mailbox display, but nothing to do with it.  I then realized that there are so many other uses for it!
Here’s a great classroom mailbox idea - use them for organizing!  The slots are a perfect size for chrome books, classroom magazines, extra papers and more.  A great way for teachers (and students) to stay organized!

The mailboxes are perfect for organizing my papers that I have copied ahead of time for my students!

Here’s a great classroom mailbox idea - use them for organizing!  The slots are a perfect size for chrome books, classroom magazines, extra papers and more.  A great way for teachers (and students) to stay organized!

It is also a great way to store my classroom magazines (StoryWorks, Scholastic News, etc) by issue.  I can also place any accompanying supplemental materials in the box with them.

Here’s a great classroom mailbox idea - use them for organizing!  The slots are a perfect size for chrome books, classroom magazines, extra papers and more.  A great way for teachers (and students) to stay organized!

Lastly (and I discovered this one by accident), some of our class Chromebooks fit in the boxes.  This makes it easy for students to access, keeps them off the counter and easily plugged in to charge.

Here’s a great classroom mailbox idea - use them for organizing!  The slots are a perfect size for chrome books, classroom magazines, extra papers and more.  A great way for teachers (and students) to stay organized!

This definitely makes my organizational-heart very happy.


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