Teachingartonthecheap's Blog

Art H.Q. Continued…

Posted on: September 10, 2009

Bins labeled with old sprinkler system tags to keep track of prep materials for each classroom. The star curtains get pulled closed to make it less appealing to kids using the computer lab.

Bins labeled with old sprinkler system tags to keep track of prep materials for each classroom. The star curtains get pulled closed to make it less appealing to kids using the computer lab.

Materials are sorted by type into bins, like collage materials, paints, other media, stamps, etc.

Materials are sorted by type into bins, like collage materials, paints, other media, stamps, etc.

Here is my collection of organizers (like bins to put materials in when I'm setting things out on tables for kids to use) and all sorts of papers gleaned from the best leftovers at SCRAP!

Here is my collection of organizers (like bins to put materials in when I'm setting things out on tables for kids to use) and all sorts of papers gleaned from the best leftovers at SCRAP!

Close the doors and suddenly it doesn't invite anyone to shuffle up the finely organized supplies!

Close the doors and suddenly it doesn't invite anyone to shuffle up the finely organized supplies!

The closet is filled with clear bins with class sets of all sorts of materials; just grab and go! The large unsightly xerox box is full of fabric pieces cut into squares and triangles, just begging to be used to teach radial symmetry through "quilting".

The closet is filled with clear bins with class sets of all sorts of materials; just grab and go! The large unsightly xerox box is full of fabric pieces cut into squares and triangles, just begging to be used to teach radial symmetry through "quilting".

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