My classroom is full of binders stuffed with laminating activities. These are perfect for independent work, a station run by an aide, and teaching new skills. After school we are furiously ripping off velcro pieces and stuffing them back into their respective ziploc baggies. Oh the life in a special ed room! I don’t know if you run into this problem but those dang baggies disappear like free bagels in the teachers’ lounge. I swear my kids my be stealing them to mess with me. A simple solution to this issue – go baggie free!
Laminate an extra sheet of paper or use the back of the previous page. Throw on some strips of hard velcro and your pieces are easily stored with no baggies needed!
Have your tasks in bins? Same rules apply! Use the inside of the lid of the bin to store pieces!
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