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February 24, 2013

Solutions for Desktop Organization

Written By: Brandi Jordan
X Tips for Desktop Organization

 

Tips for Desktop Organization

When it comes to the teacher’s desk, the papers, binders, and supplies have a tendency to pile up.  By the end of the day, your desk is in piles and that stapler you’re looking for is nowhere to be found.  Finding a way to effectively organize your desktop has been a challenge all year long, but now you are ready to get it under control.  Never fear, Really Good Stuff Solutions is here!

Keeping Your Desk Organized

For as long as teachers have faced the problem of desk organization, Really Good Stuff has been committed to helping find the perfect solution for every need.  The Store More Wire Works Desktop Organizer is one of those solutions.  It features five upright sections for folder or paper storage, a section at the bottom for your binder or grade book, three removable mesh cups on the side, and a magnetic area in the front to hang notes or reminders.  It is versatile enough to use for small group paper organization or lesson plan organization for the entire week.  The cups are large and can hold everything from your highlighters and permanent markers to scissors, rulers, pencils, and more.   Sturdy and versatile, this is one desktop organizer that will help end teacher desk clutter.

 

If your papers and binders are under control, but your pens and pencils run amuck on your desk, the Really Good Revolving Supply Organizer is just the thing to help keep track of everything.  This four compartment spinning organizer is perfect for storing markers, pencils, pens, scissors, glue and more.  Use it for your own personal items or, if your desk is the small group table too, use it to control the clutter of small group supplies.

 

What are your favorite ways to organize your desktop?  Share them with us below!

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