I use these for my listening center books. I usually put 4 books in a bag with the mp3 player for students to take to their desk during listening center time. We use these 4 days a week and they are colorful and help to organize my listening center choices with the rack. If I happen to have 1 hardbound book in the bag it tends to break at the handle parts.
By First Grade from , CA
The hang-up totes made my centers perp time so easy. The students can pull the center materials and start to work. Great way to keep materials organized and student friendly.
By from , FL
Organization made easy!
I use these hang-up totes in two ways. First I have about 50 books and CD's for my listen to reading station. All the bags are labeled with the name of the story, and hang on hooks by the listening center. The second way I use them is for my reading response mats. Each tote holds a book, and a laminated reading response mat for students to write their understanding in a journal.
By from , AB
These are a great way to organize your students' reading material. They love them and they last longer than a zip lock bag (much longer)
By nutmeg from , NV
It is very handy for students to get a bag and take home.