Educational Insights Space Place Pocket Chart

November 18, 2013 - Comment

View larger View larger Educational Insights the Space Place Classroom Organization Center This handy hangable organizer with colorful washable nylon wall caddy features 12 roomy folder-sized pockets with a clear-view tag holder for easy labeling. Perfect for holding worksheets and tests, student work folders, learning center materials, lesson plans, parent notes, books, magazines, and more.

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This handy hangable organizer with colorful washable nylon wall caddy features 12 roomy folder-sized pockets with a clear-view tag holder for easy labeling. Perfect for holding worksheets and tests, student work folders, learning center materials, lesson plans, parent notes, books, magazines, and more. Three durable grommets allow for easy hanging anywhere.

Product Features

  • Handy hangable classroom organizer
  • Colorful washable nylon wall caddy
  • 12 roomy folder-sized pockets with a clear-view tag holder for easy labeling
  • Three durable grommets allow for easy hanging anywhere
  • Pockets are 7″ deep, and caddy is 14″ wide by 55″ high

Comments

Speedy79 says:

Saves so much time! I teach third grade, and have several students who were doing homework, but losing it before it got turned in… I have a pocket now for each, and they turn everything in (along with a student agenda signed by a parent) every morning. It’s incredibly convenient! I can see if mom or dad signed, grab the papers, and sort them for correcting into pockets (at the top, where the third graders can’t reach!) The agendas are a bit heavier than a spiral notebook- and these pockets have been holding up very well so far… I like that they hang from metal grommets- I was able to screw in some hooks, but think I’ll be bringing the electric drill and installing something more permanent. I have 29 in my class, so I bought three, and have extra pockets for forms, late assignments, and four different papers. A coworker also ordered these after she saw mine and really likes them.

Sarah Joe says:

Only good for Files I like the idea of the organization and it would be fine if you were just needing to put a file folder in each pocket. It didnt seem sturdy enough to hold much weight in each pocket. I was needing something a little more sturdy. I baught it to organize my homeschooling projects for each day but found that there was no space for anything but maybe 15-20 sheets of paper and I was hoping for more of a pocket.

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