The first thing I shared was storage for printed materials. I found it on someone else's blog, but I CANNOT for the life of me find it again. Basically this person took duct tape and taped the end of a plastic ziplock baggie. She then took a 3 hole punch and punched 3 holes on the duct tape side to allow for the baggies to be placed into a binder for storage! Wonderful Idea!
UPDATE: Thanks to a fellow speechie and commenter- she was able to find where I originally found the Ziplock idea. Ziplock Baggie Idea by Speech Language Pirates
The second thing I shared was how to share printed cards. I either use the "pill baggies" from Walgreens or the portable soap containers for larger cards. Both work great! They kind of look like these!
More Storage Ideas:
If you need a way to hold printed chipper chats or BINGO cards- this is how I do it. I put them all in sheet protectors and place them in a Binder labeled Articulation or Language. Here are some pictures below.
I then put my binders in a magazine holder like this:
I put my board games (mostly mine are from Super Duper Inc) in a paper holder I found at Walmart at the beginning of the school year in the school supplies section. I am always looking for possible storage ideas and I loved these- so I bought 3! I should have bought more because I use them all the time!
Anyways that is all I have for now! I hope you find this fun containers and if you have more storage ideas- leave me a comment and let me know! Sharing ideas helps everyone! Have a great weekend everyone!