When I taught kindergarten the past 3 years, my students used tables. This year I was very excited to finally have desks...But I wish I could have tables again. Things I hate about desks: -Students constantly opening and closing them when they shouldn't be. -THE MESSINESS! Some kids are just so unorganized that they could clean their desks every day, and they would still be bottomless pits. -I miss communal supplies. I hate hearing "I don't have a green maker!" With tables, everything was in the middle for everyone to share, and I filled as-needed. -The moving/shifting of the desks, the different height sizes I do not know if it is possible for me to switch to tables next year. I don't think there are enough extras, but I am thinking of asking my principal. For those who use tables, I have a few questions: -What do you do with everything? We have notebooks and folders for every subject area. They also have homework binders and writing binders. Isn't it incredibly time-consuming to have them get up and move to another part of the classroom to get every supply? And I hate seat sacks! They are messy and expensive. I just can't think of an easy solution. -Do you have nametags for each student at table spots? I like the nametags I use because they have useful information like a number line, 100 grid, etc. Any insight would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!