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I store all my examples in 12"x18" tagboard portfolios. I have two for each
grade and I store them in the boxes that colored paper comes in. They fit
comfortably in this box, take up minimal room, and I can leaf through and
find what I need easily.
> I am planning on buying some big, sturdy, stackable, bins in which to
> project examples. I teach k-5 art, so normally I store the examples by
> grades. My question is: Do any of you have suggestions for different
> of organizing the examples for easy access? Oh, I also use the pop flat
> boxes to store examples which have sets of pre-cut sizes of paper. I
> those on the top shelves of my storage room, with the names of the
> written on the ends of the boxes. The bins would be for larger, flat
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