The days of organizing my task cards in these little plastic file folders from the Target Dollar Spot (or was it Dollar Tree?...I can't remember) are over! Bottom line... they cost a dollar and I'm so glad I didn't spend much more than that. Whew!
Now they are so organized! I love the rainbow colors that coordinate with everything in my classroom and for the first time, I can quickly glance at the boxes and find the set of cards I am looking for...heaven for this organizational freak!
For those of you who own my task cards, I have decided to share the Task Card Storage box labels with you as a FREEBIE! And each time I add a task card set to my TpT store, I'll update the signs so that you will have everything you need to complete the job.
Items you will need:
- Iris Photo Storage box (available at Michaels) or a pretty Colored Version (also available at Michaels)
- double-sided tape or hot glue gun
- color printer
- scissors or paper cutter
Directions for assembling your task card storage & organizational system box:
1.) Print out the FREEBIE in my TpT store on card stock and laminate (optional).
2.) Cut out and place signs inside of each box, using double-sided tape or hot glue to attach to plastic.