I originally blogged about this at Surfing to Success, but wanted to get it on my blog so I hope you don't mind the double posting.
I keep most of my math materials in these two areas:
My blue shelving holds the materials I use the most: centimeter cubes, 1 inch colored tiles, protractors (I didn't even notice that my sign was misspelled until this picture was right in front of me, oh my!), rulers, dominos and compasses.
I also have algebra tiles, pattern block, color tiles, base 10 blocks, two sided counters, empty tubs for probability and tubs for math games.
I thought I was being smart when I decided to paint the tubs, put on letter stickers and then cover them with Modge Podge, but as you can see the paint is flaking...
The next shelf also has game pieces. This time I was a little smarter and bought clear containers. I still used the letter stickers and Modge Podge. They are holding up a little better.
This is what is inside some of the tubs.
Next to the blue bookshelf are the 5 drawers that hold my math games. I haven't switched them to common core yet but will soon. I made some free common core signs for 5th and 6th grade.
On top of the drawers are the dice, cards and markers for the games.
On top of that are the wash rags for the dry erase boards...
...and the dry erase boards.
On the other side of the room are the supplies that I don't use as often: overhead manipulatives, fraction strips, cuisenaire rods, pattern blocks, tangrams and pentominos.
I hope this posts helps someone get a little more organized!