Oversized Paper And Folder Baskets - Neon Colors

Item: 161015

$ 15.99 - $ 20.99
Item #:  161015
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Extra-Large Baskets Keep Papers Organized

Use these oversized baskets for classroom papers, assignments, folders, and more. They're large enough to hold legal size papers without overflowing.

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Product Information
  • Set of 4, 1 each of neon blue, neon green, neon orange, neon pink
    Overall size: 15¾" by 12" by 4"each
    Inside size: 13¼" by 9½" by 4" each
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

5 Star
5.0 (based on 3 reviews)


Easy To Use (3)
Colorful (3)
Good Organization (3)


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Reviewed by 3 Customers
5 Stars

Very useful

I purchased the smaller baskets and love it but some artworks and folders would not fit comfortably in it. These larger ones are perfect. I use it for everything and the colors are cheerful.
By Just my size from , OH
5 Stars


I use these baskets for my absentee folders, extra class work, and notices that go home. I love that the baskets are sturdy and larger to accommodate the folders and oversized papers that always get bent in regular baskets. They are also deep to hold lots of papers. Love the colors too!
By from , CA
4 Stars


I chose these baskets to use for my reading groups. Each basket is filled with the assignments that each group would be doing during the Reading time while I was working with one group, they would be working on their assignments. I used these every day. These baskets are great to have to help make sure each group is working on his/her level during small group time. The students placed their completed work into these baskets. This made it easier than trying to sort out whose paper is in what group. The students love this basket idea.
By from , SC