I have tried so many ways to organize all my visuals and every way I have tried has not worked. Including sorting boxes, notebooks and placing them in folders. Either the visuals do not fit, fall out or get lost. This year I am going to try a new way to keep my visuals organized.
I am color-coding my students for easy differentiation and organization. I will keep all the visuals in Project Cases. This way I do not have to keep them in binders and watch the pieces fall out or get lost. The best part is keeping in the project cases, so if a visual comes loose it will still be in the bottom of the project case!
After I figure out which color each student will be, I keep all the visuals they will need on that color card stock, making it very easy to find the visuals I need quickly.
How do you organize your visuals for your classroom?
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