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Keep Your Classroom Organized with These Accessory Trays

Paper and document wooden tray holders and organisers on desk with plant, natural decor concept.

Keeping your classroom looking presentable can be a challenge sometimes, especially as you add school supplies throughout the year. But organization doesn’t have to be boring. Whether you need to wrangle items on your desk or want to help your students keep their supplies and belongings orderly, these accessory trays are the perfect solution for banishing classroom clutter.

These accessory trays come in a variety of colors and are packaged as a set of five. This makes them perfect for color-coding and holding different types of papers, from assignments to supplies.

These accessory trays nest easily for storage. And, since you’ll get an assortment of colors, you can label them by subject.

We like that these accessory trays come in vibrant colors. Plus, since they’re somewhat compact at just 9 1/2-by-2 1/2-by-2 1/4 inches, they should store easily in students’ desks.

We like that this accessory tray has three baskets and a low-profile black mesh finish which makes it perfect for teachers and administrators. And the roomy baskets can store plenty of paperwork.

Another nice feature about these accessory trays is that they’re stackable, so you can maximize space when you don’t need them. Plus, you’ll also get a color assortment, which is ideal for organizing.

Expert Commentary

I love to reorganize, especially because it helps me clear out old and unneeded items. When reorganizing a classroom, maximize your space with stackable trays and containers. Colored trays and bins are perfect for color-coding supplies, while clear ones are helpful so students can see inside without needing to empty everything.

Our Expert Consultant

Melissa Spurling

Melissa holds a doctorate in pharmacy and is a home educator, co-teaching a high school chemistry class and a primary school class. Having taught two of her own children to read, write and traverse Singapore Math, Melissa has spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours researching and testing curriculum.


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