Did you know that they make tiny storage bags? Well, they do and they are perfect for all of those laminated cardstock pieces you spent hours cutting out.
I discovered these earlier in the year when I was picking up craft supplies for our holiday ornaments and needed something for storing sequins. It dawned on me that these would be perfect for our science and math sorts and cutups…so I bought a few. They are the bombdiggity because:
1–They don’t take up much space. I hate putting cards in baggies that are too big. They flop around, get bent up, and storing a few sets takes up more space than it should.
2–They are cute. I’m not much for cute most days, but I do find these tiny little bags to be quite adorable!
3–They are cheap and easy to find. You can get about 100 of them for less than $5.00 at most craft stores. I usually shop Hobby Lobby, but Michaels and Jo-Ann Fabrics probably sell them, too.
These are a MUST HAVE if you use teacher-made materials, centers, or stations in your classroom or if you are a Teachers Pay Teachers junkie like me!
–The Pensive Sloth