Storage Pocket Chart
Great storage item
Have not put this item up yet but it will be a great asset to keep the children school papers organized.
December 27, 2011
I purchased this for use in my classroom and was not disappointed. It is lightweight but fairly sturdy, will hold 10 folders and is perfect for lesson plans by the day, centers, or folder games.
July 19, 2010
My co-teacher and I have been thinking about getting one of these since September. I was so pleased with the quality and durability of the product. We filled it with files full of papers right away and it is holding strong. I also liked the 3 reinforced holes at the top to hang it from. We have it hanging from magnetic hooks on the side of our filing cabinet and it works like a charm.
January 17, 2009
I just bought my second one. It is well made and very sturdy. A great way to organize.
December 7, 2011
I use this product in my classroom to hold college, scholarship, ACT, and FAFSA applications and information for my high school juniors and seniors. It is so sturdy and holds so much information. The students can walk right up to it and take any application that they need because it hangs neatly by the chalkboard. I fully recommend this product because it holds quite a bit of information and is so easily accessable for my students.
August 21, 2011
Very convenient and ideal for missed work!
August 7, 2011
good purchase for my daycare
I bought this for my daycare. It took care of the paper mess my kids had in their baskets and allowed for a much cleaner way of storage. Very easy to hang.
April 18, 2011
I bought this as an absent folder for my classes. My students know, that when they are absent, to go over to the hanging folder and get their work from their class folder. I love the bright red color and adaptability of the product.
March 25, 2011
Great for the organizer in all of us
I love this product. I use it to organize my children's school lesson plans. It is surprisingly really sturdy.
February 2, 2011
Great storage for small offices and makes papers and forms readily available in the classroom.
January 29, 2011