How to Organize Classroom Magazines - Mandy Neal

How to Organize Classroom Magazines

Behind my desk you will find a catch all basket.  It catches everything that I don’t have time for, don’t know what to do with, or have no desire to do anything with.  In this catch all basket, you will find a pile of Classroom Magazines.  Some are extras, some are editions that I have yet to use.  It’s actually an organized mess.  In the past I simple place them in a folder, in no order, and place that said folder in my file cabinet.

How to Organize Classroom magazines
 

I recently came up with a new way to organize my pile of classroom magazines.  I think it’s something I can keep up with too!

You will need two items; a binder and page protectors.  That’s it!

Organizing classroom magazines
 

Each edition has its own page projector.  I slide the magazine into the page protector.  Usually, each classroom magazine comes with a teaching guide.  The teaching guide is placed into the page protector too.  Also, anything else that I have created to supplement a specific edition such as an anticipation guide, graphic organizer, etc., is placed inside as well.

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This system makes complete sense to me and is so easy to maintain!  Hopefully you find it useful too!

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