Cubby Clips!

Do you use sticker labels every year to label your student cubby mailboxes

Don’t you hate when they either leave residue on your materials, or don’t come off all the way? 

I have found sometimes it is just easier to lay another label over the top so it looks clean, but then after a few years, you have a monster stack of labels piled on top of one another.

Grab some large binder clips, and either printed out pages of labels, or actual labels themselves and make your very own cubby clips! See how at the blog!

Well, how about something easy that you can change out simply every year? 

Grab some large binder clips, and either printed out pages of labels, or actual labels themselves and make your very own cubby clips! {I was in a hurry just to get this out and posted for you, so please don’t notice the tape action on the clip.  Normally, I would have either used an actual label or used clear packing tape to secure it down nicely.}

Grab some large binder clips, and either printed out pages of labels, or actual labels themselves and make your very own cubby clips! See how at the blog!

Slide these handy clips on bookshelves for your classroom library, student cubbies, or supply shelves in your teacher workroom! 

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Do you have multiple sections of classes?  Grab several stackable trays and add clips to each as a “turn-in” or “pass-back” tray for student work for each section. 

The best part?  You can slide them on and off super easy and even change out the theme to match your classroom from year to year as well!

Grab some large binder clips, and either printed out pages of labels, or actual labels themselves and make your very own cubby clips! See how at the blog!

Super simple for students to know where their materials are located in one quick glance!

I even made some fun FREE Cubby Clip Labels in a Hollywood theme!  You can even type AND save on this file to edit from year to year!

Simply download the file and then open up in either Powerpoint or Google Slides to edit the text font, color, and size.  

Enjoy!

Grab some large binder clips, and either printed out pages of labels, or actual labels themselves and make your very own cubby clips! See how at the blog!

I would love to hear how you might use this idea in your classroom in the comments below!  Talk to you soon!

~Charity

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