Sunday, June 16, 2013

Classroom Organization: Displaying and Storing Standard Posters

Thanks go to Kristen from Ladybug's Teacher Files and Elizabeth from Fun in Room 4B for the Linky Party!


I fell in LOVE with THIS pin last summer and just had to do it in my classroom. Since we have to display our standards, this was the perfect solution.  The black background is a sheet from Walmart that I cut up and taped to the filing cabinets.  The border is MagnaBorders from Learning Resources. I put magnets on the back of the posters and they work wonderfully!


 I store the posters in this sentence strip box by TREND. The 5th grade standards are on the left and 6th grade on the right.


They don't quite fit in the box, but I'm ok with that as I haven't found a better solution.


5 comments:

  1. Very organized! I like the way the standards "pop" off of the black background. This display looks wonderful. Thank you so much for linking up with us :)

    Elizabeth
    Fun in Room 4B

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  2. Love this idea! It's always a challenge finding good ways to post standards and your display is really cute as well as being functional. Thanks for sharing!
    Daisy

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  3. These are great organization tips. I have to admit that staying organized is not a strength of mine!

    karen
    LittleSecond-GradeSomebodies

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  4. Your standards posters look great on the black background!! I'm thinking about going to black backgrounds on my bulletin boards next year, but I'm not 100% committed yet! I'm afraid it will make the room look too dark! Your board looks bright and fun though!!

    Molly

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    1. You can see in this post that I have another bulletin board and some table cloths that are black. I don't think it makes the room look dark at all. I aways get compliments that my room looks bright and cheerful!

      http://amyalvis.blogspot.com/2012/12/my-classroom.html

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