I recently realized that I’ve never officially shared about my favorite SLP organization tip: file folder bins that I use to store my all-time favorite materials for speech and language therapy. I recently made myself some editable labels to match them and it got me excited about these bins all over again!
First things first, I bought everything on Amazon. The bins come in a pack of 4 and the ones I got are linked below:
Then, I bought colored file folders and hung them in the bins. I separated everything by color because sometimes, I take the entire file out and it’s nice and easy to know where it goes back. The file folders I purchased are linked below, but any should work:
I use keep one bin separate for student specific work because I always seem to have a few students that I plan separate activities for.
Inside of the folders, I use manilla folders, ziploc baggies, and binder clips to keep smaller items together. No more losing small parts.
Amazon reminded me that I purchased these bins and file folders in 2014. I’ve been using this system for a while now so clearly it works well for me!
I believe in keeping things easy, low-prep, and simple. I know I can keep up with this organization method and everything is right where I want it, when I need it! Nothing is worse than spending time, ink, and money prepping speech therapy materials and then not being able to find them.
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