What do you use for mailboxes?

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  1. heavens54

    heavens54 Connoisseur

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    Is that what you call them? You know, the students put classwork in them and then go there and clean it out before they go home? Need a cheap solution...

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  3. COMrs.S

    COMrs.S Rookie

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    Last year, I used a crate with hanging file folders with each child's name on it. ($10) This became difficult for art projects, etc.

    This year, I purchased a Literature Organizer from OfficeMax. I'm definitely liking the "Mailboxes" much better. ($50) This seems to be going ok, so far.
     
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    Shoe Bag drilled into the back of the door
     
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    Milk cartons glued together. One row atop another, about 12 cartons in each row. Then I covered the outside of the whole thing with wrapping paper.
     
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    giraffe326 Virtuoso

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    For work, I put it in hanging file folders.
    I do have shoe organizers from Target to use for their math boxes (holds practice, a ruler, a calculator, etc...)
     
  7. jeifer

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    I use paper trays.
     
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