Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Organise Table Toolkits & labels Freebie

As summer break draws to an end, teachers start migrating back to their classrooms to make a start on the new year down here in the Southern Hemisphere. One of my first jobs this week has been to create a stationery toolkit for each table. Here is a picture of what it looks like.
Each table has its own file holder to hold the students learning journal folders (homework) which will travel to school daily, and a bucket that contains the stationery required. Each item has been marked by a piece of coloured tape to match the table group, for easy identification. The table leader will be responsible for checking the table bucket before each break and at the end of the day. I made rectangular labels for the file holders and buckets. Then I laminated these and taped them on. The disc labels have also been laminated. One is blue-tacked to the centre of the table for the bucket to sit on, and the other, to the white board for point scoring. The stationery is only intended to be used to reduce unnecessary movement or to help in a pinch when a student runs out of their own supply.
You can grab your own copy of the labels FREE Here. There are 6 colours that I based on the coloured tape from the $2 store.


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