Sticker Container?

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  1. teachntravl

    teachntravl Rookie

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    Does anyone have a great idea for sticker storage? Years ago, I did some sort of magazine thing, where even if no one signed up, they sent me this sticker container that looked like a crayon and a truckload of stickers. I can't find that container anymore, but I like to give stickers and need something that will store them. I loved the crayon thing - kids could reach in and take a sticker when I told them to. Wish I could remember which company that was for.

    Anyway, any ideas? Thanks!
     
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  3. czacza

    czacza Multitudinous

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    The sticker container may have been from 'Highlights for Children' magazine...they have had similar promotions for teachers who share their subscription flyers.
    You could decorate a plastic shoe box to look like a treasure chest, or recycle a container such as a coffee can or take out container for this purpose.
     
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    Highlights was it. I love getting their free stuff. I would use an ice cream bucket and lid or one of those cereal storage containers.
     
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    Plastic shoe box....1-2 sets in my grading notebook.
     
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    I use a little basket and just refill it occasionally.
     
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    :yeahthat:
     
  8. Tasha

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    I use a plastic container, but I do have a treasure box. I bought mine at Ross in the home decor section for $7. Ross is similar to Marshall's if you don't have any in your area.
     
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    I have mine a treasure box as well. I would check Dollar tree. They have lots of different types of containers that might work.
     
  10. CrayolaCrayon

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    Target's dollar section has small accordion folders sometimes. I purchased one a while ago and found it's the perfect size for storing most sticker sheets! The sections are useful because you can organize them by theme (animals, stars, smileys, etc.).
     
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    Why not put them in a sheet protector? Do you give them out or do students get to choose them? I have a cute bucket I bought at Walmart that has a bunch of individual stickers that they can go and pick one when they meet their AR goals.
     

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