Monday Made It and a drawer cart giveaway!

I'm linking up with my friend Tara for Monday Made it!



Last week I posed a simple question on my fb fan page...
what do you keep in your drawer carts?
and I honestly got waaaay more feedback than I thought!
I was working on math manipulative labels for my carts (which is what I use them for) and wanted to know what everyone else kept in those babies!
So here is what I came up with!

I absolutely adore them as much as one can adore labels...and that's a lot! Scrappy kids are my obsession and I knew I had to use them! plus they still look great pretty small!

FYI-they are HALF OFF for the rest of the day only!

I have two tall carts that I have zip tied together-this keeps them from getting wobbly. I also put a dab of hot glue on the screw when I put them together! I keep all my math manipulatives in these. I also have the nifty short one for my Word Work!

here's how they look!


I used a nice bold font because their purpose is for the kiddos to read them! I also added pictures of every.little.thing! WIth the help of some amazing artists on tpt! So you get over 130 labels!
I also added numbers 1-36 for upper grade teachers or teachers who may use these as student work station or student drawers. These labels are smaller (just the scrappy kid holding a sign with the number on it!)
Aren't they precious!?

and on the label front, I also finished up my closet storage boxes. I cannot get into school yet to put them in, so pretend these are in a closet and not my living room!
I love these sterilite drawers! I can stack them two high on the shelves in my closet! I buy the small and medium sized modular ones. I also use the labels that match my Schoolgirl Style decor set! Summer Soiree


and now for the giveaway...

I'm giving away one 10 drawer cart! It will ship directly to your front door!
Good Luck!
please note that only the tall, 10 drawer cart is in this giveaway!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

281 comments:

  1. Terrific giveaway! I would keep reading units in the cart.

    Thanks,
    Kim
    khenry22@aol.com

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  2. Where do you get your carts from?? I've only ever seen them at Michaels but they're like $89.00!! So, I'm looking out elsewhere :)

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees
    ventrellasara@gmail.com

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    1. I have found them at Big Lots for $30!

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    2. They also have them at KMart, but Big Lots has been the cheapest place I have located the as well!

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    3. Big lots. Currently 26$!!

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  3. I would keep word work materials in them.

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  4. I have one that is just for student work. Each one is labeled with a student name and anything they did not finish, missed when they were absent or need extra practice on is in the drawer. That way when someone comes in had has a few minutes to work with a student they can just pull the drawer. My other one mess of stuff at the moment. I am hoping to do something more with it this year!

    Caitlin
    Learning Ahoy!

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  5. I have file folder games in mine! I have them sorted by month/theme so it's easy to pull them out and put them away at the start of a new month

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  6. I would put math manipulatives in it.

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  7. I love what you've created and those labels are adorable!
    Courtney
    Pencils, Plans, & Pinteresting Ideas

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    1. I would love to keep math manipulatives or center materials in my drawers!

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  8. I hope I win! I could really use this!

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  9. I would keep manipulatives in the drawers....probably science manips. I seem to have an over abundance of manipulatives!!
    Great giveaway!!
    Pam
    pspetralia@verizon.net

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  11. I would use them to store math materials, sorting them by standards. Would be so wonderful to have everything organized and ready to go AND to see at a glance exactly what I have to use with each standard. Thanks for this amazing chance to win these!! :)

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  12. I would use these as storage for my math games, reading books and other activities!@

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  13. Great giveaway! Thanks for all you do!
    Debbi
    3rd Grade Pad

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  14. I love, love, love these carts! They are so colorful and I think that's my favorite part. I can think of so many ways to use these in my classroom!! Such a fun giveaway, thank you for the chance!

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  15. This is an awesome give away I want some of these!

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  16. Thank you for this awesome giveaway! I would keep my writing center activities in here. Fingers crossed I win :)

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  17. My centers would go in the drawers.

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  18. I just got rid of my desk of 25 years! I am going to need a place to put my "stuff!"

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  19. These drawers would be perfect for differentiated or tiered center materials! I love your cute labels!

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  20. I would put literacy station goodies in the drawers!

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  21. Since I am not using a teacher desk this year, I would use the drawers for teacher supplies and guided math materials. So many options!!

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  22. Awesome giveaway! If I won I would put my Daily 5 activities in there for the kids to take.

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  23. LOVE them! I need a set to keep all my letter manipulatives in! Super cute labels too.

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  24. Awesome giveaway! I would keep math workshop center activities organized in them.

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  26. Math Manipulatives for my new guided math stations! Love those labels!

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  27. Oh I love these drawers! I think they would look quite nice in my classroom ;o) Thanks for such a fun give away! The labels are precious, too! :)

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  28. Love this giveaway. Always have been a huge fan of you and your blog. I've been dying for a rainbow organizer just like this! fingers are crossed! I would use it for either math manipulatives for my guided math, or I would use it for my daily 5 activities. :-)

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  29. love my rainbow drawers!

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  30. I would put reading forms in it! It never seems like I have enough storage space in my classroom!
    Hilary
    Second Grade is Out of This World!

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  31. I would use these for my centers. Love this giveaway and the labels.

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  32. So many uses! I won't be able to decide until I get in my new room and see. Fingers crossed!

    Jeannie
    The 2nd Grade Surprise

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  33. I would use these to help organize all my teacher materials. It could help me be one step closer to desk-free :) delting01@yahoo.com

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  34. Great giveaway! I would have my word work or writing center in the cart. Fantastic!

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  35. Love this giveaway! I love these carts have always wanted one! :)

    Carmen
    Exploring Elementary

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  36. Love these! I would store all my center activities in them!

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  37. I use the one and only I have for my Daily 5 stuff but could sooo use another for math stuff :-) Thanks for the chance at winning one!!
    Karen
    tommysmom0206@yahoo.com

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  38. I would love them for my word work centers!

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  39. I'd store differentiated math games in them so kids can use them during Math Workshop.

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  40. I would love to have these in my classroom! I would definitely use them to organize my guided reading groups!!

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  41. I'd store supplies or math games.

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  42. These are the same carts that our AMSTI investigations trainer suggested we buy to store math workshops!

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  43. I currently use them for my math stations! My kids know exactly where things are and where to put things back! :)
    jivey

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  44. I'd store math supplies and reading group supplies in the drawers!

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  45. I would use them for word work or math rotations

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  46. great giveaway, would love to use this for my math manipulatives :)

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  47. What would I NOT put in the cart would be a better question! =D
    Liz
    teachinginthevalley@gmail.com

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  48. I love the idea of using this for math manipulatives so I can use my school-provided cabinet for something else!

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  49. I would use these to store my word work activities for Daily 5!!!!!!!

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  50. These are awesome! I can't decide if I would use them for reading groups or math manipulative storage!

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  51. I would organize Guided Group activities in them! I haven't caved yet and purchased one, so winning would be uber awesome!!! Thanks for the chance! Great post too :)

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  52. I have this cart on my summer wish list of things to purchase. I would store all of my manipulatives in them.

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  53. I would keep task cards in the drawers!

    GREAT GIVEAWAY!!!

    Elizabeth
    Hodges Herald

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  54. I have always wanted one of these for student supplies like colored pencils and glue. It would help my kids stay more organized on their own.

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  55. I love these! I would keep all of my manipulatives in them - the ones that I need more often than others. I have tons of cute small baskets, but none large enough to hold things like my marker boards. Thanks for the opportunity!

    Monica
    www.ncteacherchick.blogspot.com

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  56. this is a wonderful opportunity!!!!! storage options galore

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  57. I would keep my grammar materials in them.

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  58. This would be perfect for centers. It would be so organized!

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  59. My fast finisher materials!
    amyjperry@gmail.com

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  60. It would be a HUGE help in keeping me organized! I think my center games would fit wonderfully.

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  61. I so want one to organize math stations!!

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  62. I would plan to use the drawers for the different days of the week! There are 5 colors so it works out perfectly!!! I would use the two colored drawers for each day for morning copies and afternoon copies! The labels will help the students go right to the drawers!!! sarah.turci@gmail.com

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  63. I already have one of these and would love another. I keep my work for each day organized in them. Thanks for the chance to win!

    Ashley
    ashley58926@hotmail.com

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  64. Center materials!
    Angelharlin@yahoo.com

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  65. I would use them to organize my guided reading and math groups.

    Lori
    wrlean@aol.com

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  66. I would use them to store student materials so that they could easily access them.

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  67. What a great giveaway! I would use them to organize small group materials.

    Lindsayhill62@gmail.com

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  68. i would use them for my quilt fabric, thanks

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  69. I would use them to organize station activities. Thanks for the giveaway!
    brittanitinsley85@gmail.com
    Mrs. Black's Bees

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  70. I am going to be a new classroom teacher and think I would use these for each day of the week! Top drawer for morning class and the second for the afternoon class! It would help keep things organized all week!!

    leahcangelose@yahoo.com

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  71. I would either use the cart as a turn in station or to organize my paper.

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  72. I would love these to use with my kids as we homeschool! I would use it to keep each subject for each kid in so they can move on to the next thing on their own!

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  73. Love the labels and all the ideas of how to use the multi-drawer carts! I just saw some for sale and was contemplating different ways I could incorporate it within my classroom!! Thanks so much!

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  74. I'm not sure yet what I'd store, but some possibilities are Math Centers, art supplies, or maybe just sorted copies by subject area (reading, math, science, etc.) So many options!

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  75. I have so much stuff in my classroom so anything that helps me organize is a plus. I would keep things in the drawers that the students would use because I could color code with the drawers.

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  76. I would use it to hold centers. I am not sure if it will be math or reading but for sure it will be center work. I will place a basket on top for them to hand their work in.

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  77. I would use it to organize math centers. I'm switching to small math groups this year. It would be so helpful at add to my classroom!

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  78. Thanks for offering this giveaway. I can really get organized now! YAY! :)

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  79. I am a brand spankin new teacher, and I could use these for SO MANY THINGS!!!!! Sorting centers would be a great start

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  80. I like the idea of using them for math manipulative...I recently purged ALL my things to have more room, so this is ideal :)

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  81. I love these carts! I would use them to store center materials.

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  82. I'd keep my math by myself and math with someone games and activities in the drawers

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  83. This would be very helpful for my word work activities.

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  84. I would use them for my Math Centers! :)

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  85. I would keep guided reading materials in these drawers.
    Ruthanne rarace81@gmail.com

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  86. I really need a central place for my math manipulatives and this is it! Thank you for

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  87. So many uses for these drawers! I'm thinking I'd use them to store math manipulatives and for students to turn in assignments.

    Thanks for the chance to win one!

    Bren P.
    The Teacher Diaries on Instagram

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  88. I really need a central place for my math manipulatives and this is it! Thank you for

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  89. Love those carts! I had one in my old school and it was great for organizing my one on one teaching supplies!

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  90. I would put school supplies in them, but there are so many different uses for them.

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  91. I have one with math manipulatives in it & could use another :0)

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  92. I would use this for lesson materials for the week. (books, math materials, guided reading materials, and anything needed throughout the week)

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  93. I would keep math materials in it as I am teaching K-2 math next year. :)

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  94. I love the labels! I use my set of drawers to organize materials by day of the week and for art supplies.
    The Traveling Teacher

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  95. I would use these drawers for centers!

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  96. i'd love to win this cart! thanks much for the chance!

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  97. Love the blog.. glad to have found this thanks to 3rd Grade Thoughts!

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  98. I love the idea of zip-tying them together so they don't wobble. My friend had them in her room, but they kept leaning so I didn't buy them and have been looking for an alternative. Now I have an "reason" to go get them! :) I want to keep games in the different trays.

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  99. I would love to have this for my math centers as a NEW teacher!!!!

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  101. I would keep my literacy station papers in each bin! Coincidently, I have ten stations! I would use your labels, that I bought, to make the drawers easily accessible to my students! That way they can go to their assigned drawer, pull out their station work, and get busy!

    Love, Love!

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  102. Adorable labels!! I would use them to organize my math manipulatives.

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  103. This would be great for my literacy or math centers!

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  104. I have one cart that houses my math centers for math workshop. I would love another for word work/writing center. Great giveaway!
    aconnolly1216 at gmail dot com

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  105. In our writing workshop, students have so many paper choices and it's hard to keep them all organized. These drawers would allow students to independently select the paper they need to suit their writing. Drawers would be easy to label, papers would stay neat, and it would free my management time for more writing conferences. A win/win!

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  106. I would use them to create new labels for my clear bins, where my students turn in their homework. Each class period labeled. I made some last year, but these designs are way cuter.

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  107. I would use them to organize my guided reading materials. Awesome giveaway!
    Sara

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  108. I'm looking to start math workshop this year and would love to organize materials in this cart!

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  109. I would use them to organize student manipulatives for our Math Stations! Thanks so much for the opportunity!
    ~Jennifer

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  110. I'd keep guided math materials in it!

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  111. I would use these for my math center games. (They are getting out of control!!)
    klewis@umasd.org

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  112. I would love this for my classroom! This girl needs to organize!

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  113. I bought these with a bunch of my colleagues last year with the hopes of using them for Guided Math stations. Yep, too lazy. Then all of the sudden I got the bright idea to sort all of my crayons, markers, and colored pencils so the kids would stop rustling around in beat up old boxes to find the right color. I like it! But wouldn't it be great to have another one so I could put the markers in their own place???

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  114. I LOVE these drawer carts! Every time I see something like this, I drool a little bit! I'm a big scrapbooker, so my husband always thinks I'm looking at it for home...but my crazy mind goes right to, "Hmmm...what can I use this for in my classroom!?" LOL! Thank you for this fun giveaway. I would use it for my music manipulatives for different grade levels. I teach K-4 general music and love every minute. "Sing"-cerely, Tina J.

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  115. I don't know if I would use it for my "teacher stuff" since I don't have a desk, or if I would use it for math materials.

    heatherhaugen@netzero.com

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  116. I love this!:) Organization is key! I would use these for reading centers for my first graders!

    ~Kayla
    Kayla in the Classroom

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  117. Awesome giveaway! I teach a combination class in a private school and this would help keep me organized and keep my head on straight! : )

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  118. The drawers would replace my desk. I am going deskless this year.

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  119. I would use them to store math manipulatives!

    Ashley
    arclark2012@gmail.com

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  120. Thank you for the giveaway:) I would use them for reading or math centers:)

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  121. Thank you so much for this giveaway! What teacher couldn't use this awesome drawer cart? I love your labels!!!

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  122. I use drawers for everything in my fifth grade room. I love to be organized!!

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  123. I'd store centers and manipulatives in the drawers! I already have one set and need some more!

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  124. This would help me be more organized!!

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  125. Love this!!! I would keep the numerous papers that end up all over my desk in this cart so I could be better organized. Keeping my fingers crossed for this giveaway!

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  126. I think I would use it for my writing center supplies ~ different papers, templates, pens, task cards, etc.

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  127. Yowzza! I so need one of these! I have been looking through the catalogs. I need one for my math centers. I really think it would be the most efficient way to keep all the materials organized. Definitely keeping my fingers and toes crossed!

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  128. I would store manipulatives in the drawers for sure! Thanks for the chance :)

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  129. I have been drooling over these carts for years!! i would store manipulatives, and/or center materials. mamccraw@classicenet.net

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  130. I LOVE this cart! I would use this cart to store supplies for my guided reading groups! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  131. OOOOOOOOOOOOOH,
    Writing supplies - books, pens, fun paper, etc on one side.
    Daily 5 stations on the other.
    Woohoo!

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  132. I would use it for my Daily 5 supplies!!!!!

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  133. I would use it for my writing center!

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  134. All kinds of storage...I have no shelving or countertops in my classroom!!!!

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  135. Love these drawers! I have one set that I use for literacy stations. I would love another set to use for math stations! Smlind@aol.com

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  136. What an awesome giveaway! I would use these drawers to organize centers. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  137. I would keep my centers for the week in there. That way, it is convenient and easy for both the kids and me!

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  138. I really love this giveaway!!! I would use these drawers to organize my guided reading groups!!! kdavismc11@gmail.com

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  140. I have always wanted a set of these drawers. I would use them to organize my math manipulatives or centers for Daily 5.

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  141. Amazing giveaway! I would keep different types of sensory items in teach, as well as visual cues and communication sheets!

    SOOTHE Her Soul

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  142. I would definitely use them to organize my word work stations!

    Thanks for such a fabulous giveaway!

    liz.binkley@gmail.com

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  143. I would use the storage cart either for my themed materials or in my writing center for a variety of materials.

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  144. This cart has been on my wish list for years! Would love to win :) lindsey4314@yahoo.com

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  145. These are so colorful and cheery! Perfect to store student word work supplies!

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  146. I would love this! It would be so helpful next year to help organize my life!

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  147. Would love to,win a cart. I've seen these in other classrooms and I know it would be so useful.

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  148. Organize my daily plans for my new (copy heavy) math curriculum.

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  149. I agree with you that the scrappy kids are totally cute! Great set! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  150. I would use them to store science lab materials and small reading group materials.

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  151. Since I am a first year teacher, it is hard to find the money to purchase things for my classroom. I would love this drawer set for centers. Each drawer would have different work and materials in it pertaining to certain centers!

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  152. I've always wanted a set and someone gave me a used one that I used to manage all my copying. It's all but falling apart so I will store all my copies for units and common core in the new ones if I win.

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  153. I am torn between leaving mine at home in the craft room, or taking to school. I would love another one so I can store work on writing items in it!

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  154. I would store my Daily 5 materials in these and maybe some math centers.

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  155. I would use them for my math centre stuff.

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  156. I don't have any carts yetYET, so deciding what to do with them is like being in a candy store!! Center stuff, math manipulatives, paper management, craft supplies, free time activities,...??? Gosh!

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  157. These would be perfect for word work drawers!!!!
    Julie

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  158. I am a Reading Specialist for K-5 in PA.

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  159. I would keep my baggie centers in them! Love the labels!

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  160. I want this soooooooo bad! I need one for my Word Work Station. I love these drawers and one can never have too many of them! LOL!

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  161. I'd love them since this is my 1st year teaching. I'd put center supplies in them.

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  162. I want this so badly! ks00404@gmail.com

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  163. My grade level partners & I are implementing the Daily 5 structure & these would be great to house supplies & activities! Thank you.

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  164. I must admit that I have a bit of an addiction to these. They make organization so easy! Thank you for the offer as well as all of the great items you offer on Tpt!

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  165. I would either keep Work on Writing papers in each drawer and label them specifically. Or I'd use them for math rotations.

    Amanda

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  166. I've been wanting a drawer cart to store my word work centers and one to keep behind my small group table with all the materials I use for them!

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  167. Thanks so much for this giveaway! I would use them for literacy center supplies.

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  168. I would store all of my miscellaneous games and supplies!

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  169. I would use this for differentiated instruction materials. Organization is key to a happy classroom. Thanks!

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  170. I would use this for small group supplies.

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  171. I'd like it for math manipulatives.
    Mariela Aguirre Garcia

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  172. I think I would narrow down some of my storage of other items and fill this baby up :)

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  173. Storage for reading and math centers!

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  174. I would use the cart to hold my math and literacy center choices.

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  176. I would use mine as a turn-it-in spot for my different sections of English!

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  177. I would use mine as my colleague does for student supplies and rewards. When a student needs something or earns a reward they can go to the drawers.

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  178. Either weekly library centers or materials for my RTI classes.

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  179. I would use them for math manipulatives. I have a lot and need a better system for organization. These would be great!

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  180. I would LOVE to have one of these carts for my new classroom! It would help me keep my math manipulatives soo organized!

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  181. I would use them to store math rotation work! Thanks for this giveaway!

    tinysmiles34@gmail.com

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  182. Math Centers! Wendy 1stgradefireworks

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  183. I would keep arts and crafts supplies and paper in a cart like this! I have one on my wishlist and would love to win it! :) Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  184. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!! I'd LOVE to use these super cute drawers for all of my phonics and comprehension activities. Way cuter than keeping them in hanging files! ;-)

    Beckie-Lynn (beckie.in.pink@gmail.com) -->www.ReadingWithMissB.blogspot.com

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  185. I am going to "lose the teacher desk" this year!! The drawers would be the only way I could keep my teacher supplies and NOT have a desk! So it would be perfect to store away all my teacher stuff!!

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  186. I would love to use it to organize my extra copies. Students would be able to find things a lot easier.

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  187. I'm not sure yet! I will be setting up my very first classroom this august so Im not sure how I will organize! Probably math manipulatives, copies by day/subject, or shared supplies.

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  188. I would use the drawers for student mail boxes. I also am in desperate need of new way to organize my word work for Daily 5. I have seen these drawers be great for storing word work activities.

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