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I am a wife, a mother to 2 boys, and a Christian Kindergarten Teacher. Besides spending time with my family, I enjoy sewing, scrapbooking, quilting and creating innovative, hands on lessons for my students.

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Friday, August 3, 2012

Bins, Bins, Everywhere!!!!

Hello All, I don't know about you but I cannot buy enough bins! It seems every year I need to buy more at the last minute even though I have invested in many throughout the years. This year I found 2 types of bins at Target in the dollar section that I intend to use on my classroom tables. The larger purple and gray bins will hold 3 of the small fushia bins. These I will use for markers, crayons, colored pencils and anything else we need during the day. This way I figure there will be less spills and better organization. I normally use a large bucket of each supply for each table and it is just too much, the tables are cluttered and the kiddos end up knocking the little pails over. This way each bin can be stacked and stored without having to make sure they don't spill. These also have handles which will make them easier for little hands to carry. How else might you use these bins? Leave a comment and you could win a free surprise from TpT. Make sure to leave your email so I can send it to you! Till tomorrow! Christine

2 comments:

  1. I L-O-V-E bins too. I've decided to divide the toys in my treasure chest into smaller bins. Last year we wasted a lot of time trying to find specific colors of toys they wanted. Maybe it will be easier to choose from a smaller bin of the same things. IDK but we will see!!!

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  2. What a great idea! Look for an email with your free TpT unit! Thanks, Christine

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