Room Organization

Classroom Library

Organize your book library by reading level. Use stickers to designate the different levels by placing them on the books. This is a good way for you to enable the students to easily select books at their reading level. Make a chart indicating which reading level corresponds to the colors and post it close to your book collection. Use level names that kids can identify with: Rookies, Aces, etc. Alternatively, organize your classroom library by author combined with reading level. Cut cereal boxes diagonally from top corner to half way down on other side. Write letters on the cereal boxes and have reading levels marked on them. Put books into the boxes that correspond with the markings and have the book names written on the edge of the cereal box for reference.

More Room Organization Ideas

Pencil Pockets
Valentine Keepers
Pencil Sharpening
Housekeeping Documents
Center Attendance
Weekly Inventory
Desk Check
Crayon R-e-s-p-e-c-t
Art Portfolios
Scrap Box
Magazine Clippings
Learning Displays
Classroom Library
Headphone Control
Bulletin Board File
Reading Center
Shared Supplies
Class Books
Center Map
Center Worksheets
Calculator Caddy
Transparency Tracking
Drawer Labels
Parent Helpers
Gym Equipment Control
Supply Labels
Table Organization
Computer CD Organizer
Cereal Box Folders
Centers Made Simple
Water Bottles
Center Savvy
Scrap Box
Center Necklaces
Supply Totes
Center Organization
Make Books Accessible
Class Store
Computer Time
Math Manipulatives
Bell Work
Theme Booklet