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The box is a good idea. Cheap, too! In my new classroom the previous art
teacher had them scattered throughout the room in no particular order. I
got my teenage son to sort them alphabetically. He even made large
labels to find the print needed quickly. That is what everyone needs, a
teenage to do the work!
Sandra in AL
Yvette Lewis wrote:
> I have a large flat box say19" x 25"x 8" (sort of) I turned the box vertical
> with the 19" on the bottom and cut the two narrow sides top and front. The
> posters are now stored vertically, which makes it very simple to go through
> them to find a specific poster. When they were stored flat it was always a
> struggle to get one out. I also use canvass panels to separate them into
> bunches or they would bend too much.
> Ialways wanted to separate into styles or by artist or alphabetically but
> never got that far!
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