It’s inevitable: at some point you’ll realize that you have too much stuff in your classroom or homeschool room. While you can always do a purge to get rid of unnecessary items, sometimes you’ll find that you’ve run out of storage for the items that can’t be tossed, sold or donated. When that happens, you’re going to need a storage crate — and we’re highlighting some of the best ones out there.
You’ll like that this is a two-pack of storage crates, each only weighing 6.2 pounds. They’re best for storing small- to medium-sized items.
You’ll like that these storage crates are designed to also work with letter- and legal-size hanging file folders. That means you can turn these into a makeshift file cabinet if need be.
This option boasts ergonomic grip and stacking features, both of which are essential for storage crates.
We like that these storage crates fold flat so you can slide them away onto a shelf or into a closet until you need them again. Each storage crate measures 13.5 inches long, 10.3 inches wide and 7.2 inches tall.
We liked that this set of storage crates offers two color choices, blue and black. Each bin has a 25-liter capacity and is stackable, as well.
Storage crates are a great way to stack, store and transport items. These are perfect for classrooms, home offices, closets, moving and storage. You can even use them to organize your homeschool room. These options are durable and practical, and some even have a folding feature. Choose the quantity and design you need.
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