Printing on Scrapbook Paper

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Here's a fun tip that I use to keep my learning centers and games organized (and cute).  I look through my old scrapbook supplies and I find sheets of patterned paper that have white on the back side.  I print the activity on the white side of the paper and when I cut it out and put it in a center, it is easy to see what pieces go with what game.  The kids love it because it makes the activity look more like a deck of cards.


It's a really easy and really inexpensive way to spice up your learning centers and help with classroom organization.  If one piece gets separated from the others (which happens all the time in kindergarten), it is easy for the kids (and me too) to find the center activity where the piece belongs.

I love to store my activities in gallon Ziploc bags.  This allows me to simply change one bag with another and place it in my Math or Literacy Tub.

I hope you found this little hint helpful.



4 comments:

  1. Thanks for the awesome idea! This will help me keep sets of games organized!

    Hannah

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    1. Glad you found it useful. I'm just thrilled that I'm using some of the reams of scrapbook paper that I have! LOL

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    1. So glad you found it useful! I like how easily I can identify stray game pieces- you will love that too!

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