1. Dish rack folder holder
Wedding Invitation Christmas Ornament) Basically I used an old dish rack and made a folder for each day of the week to hold the upcoming lesson plan and lesson materials. I was really good at using this before Christmas break. Not so much since we have been back, but the new semester starts next week, and I am really trying hard to improve my classroom organization.
2. Bread bag tags
This was another one I did in my classroom. Using the plastic tags from bread bags, I labeled each of my cords in my surge protector. That way when I need to plug something else in, I can easily figure out what I should unplug.
Here is a closer look. I just used a fine point sharpie to write on the tags.
3. A Tic Tac box to store bobby pins
Genius! Apparently I didn't pin the original, and I can't find it now but all I did was finish up the Tic Tacs I had left in the box, wash it out and remove the label. It is the perfect size for bobby pins! I usually end up taking my hair out
on my drive home during last period, and this is such a better way to store those pins. I was able to clean out the random pins out of my purse and car and store them in here.
4. Chives in a water bottle:
I haven't done this yet, but basically, chop up the green onions/chives and store them in the freezer in a plastic water bottle so they don't go bad. I hate throwing away produce, and green onions/chives is one of those things that I seem to always toss because we never use them all. We are having a baked potato night later this week, and this time I will be freezing all my unused chives for next time!
Have you done any little things from Pinterest- please share!