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BIG Book Bin Love and Giveaway!

I LOVE children's books. I 'm pretty sure that is a qualification to be an elementary school teacher. This is how I store my bazillion books. 


I know I am spoiled with my great shelves! I love having all of my books in individual bins by theme and month. It makes it really easy for me to plan. I just have to grab the bin and all of my books are right there. 

My biggest pet peeve about my books are the ones that don't fit in the bins. That is so annoying to me and makes my shelf look cluttered and unorganized. : (

Annoying right? And every time I pull out a bin all of the "un-bin" books fall over. Ugh.
 Well, my problem has been officially solved.

Steps to Literacy has redesigned their books bins to make them bigger and stronger! Look! Now even my nice big hardback books fit in my bin : )

I searched all through my collection to try and find a book that I couldn't fit in the bin. And, I couldn't find one! : )
LOOK! They can even hold 3 inch binders! 
Amazing.

Wait there's more...These books bins come in the CUTEST colors!! 

Can you tell that I am obsessed with them? 

Want to win a set of 20 Book Bins to use in your classroom? (Of course you do!)
Steps to Literacy is helping me give away 2 sets to my readers! 

Use Rafflecopter to enter the BIG Book Bin Giveaway.


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Good luck everyone! 
Make sure and check out the Steps to Literacy website and order yourself a free 2013 catalog. They have some wonderful products for classroom organization and literacy instruction. I definitely have a nice little wish list going. 
Enjoy your evening friends!



17 comments

  1. Great giveaway! Those bins are wonderful!
    kcahcrim@comcast.net

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  2. These bins are beautiful! They look super sturdy too! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!! :o)

    œKaryn
    A is for Apple B is for Blog
    Kideducator@comcast.net

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  3. I haven't had a single crack and I have had my first set from Steps to Literacy since May or June. I love them! Good luck! : )

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  4. LOVE!! I have the same problem. Thanks for sharing.
    Stacey
    swhite@cfc.k12.wi.us

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  5. Books are a teacher's drug. They are right up there with smelly markers, post-it notes, and anchor charts :) Love the bins!

    Catherine
    The Brown-Bag Teacher

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  6. My two most recent posts on my blog were about my love for children's books and for catalogieng them in a classroom library. The next step would be to find a way to organize them once they're in the classroom!

    http://cupcakesandargyle.blogspot.com/2013/01/the-anal-retentive-guide-to-library.html

    http://cupcakesandargyle.blogspot.com/2013/01/my-classroom-library.html

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  7. These are great! I love that they are bigger now =)
    Bobbie
    The Daily Cupcake…A Kindergarten Blog

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  8. Oh, these are awesome!! It's just what I need. I just received a huge order of math and science books, and I need bins to store them. Great giveaway!

    Karen
    LittleSecond-GradeSomebodies

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  9. These look awesome and would be so helpful in my quest to organize my 28 year book collection!

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  10. These look great! I hate when my books don't fit in the bins I have.

    Ms. Cranfill's Class

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  11. Go check out my blog--I featured you on a shout out linky today!

    Ms. Cranfill's Class

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  12. Just found you through the Shout Out linky :)
    Laureen
    Teach With Laughter

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  13. Make sure and read my latest blog post to save on the book bins! : )

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  14. Sarah... Would you please email me a copy of the "All About Texas" book you made last year? I don't know why I didn't save a copy. Maybe I did, but it's burried somewhere that I can't find it. LOL!
    Also, do you have a copy of How to Make a Gingerbread Cowboy? We'd also LOVE a copy of that.
    There was also a very cute template you made for an armadillo.
    Can you tell we are getting ready to dive into our Texas Unit.
    Thanks so much! You are such a crafty gal.

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