Now that I’ve been using my new kidney table in my room, I don’t have my cabinets at arms reach. To help me from getting up and down a bazillian times mid-treatment, I stole this idea from Pinterest. Grab a over the door shoe rack. I used sticky hooks to hang it on the wall. I filled it with my card packs so now they are at arms reach. Perfect for when my groups finish an activity early or something isn’t working and I need to change activities! How do you store your fun decks?
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I love this idea. I don’t have that many decks as I am a new SLPA and I am just starting my materials library little by little. Would you mind sharing a list of the decks you have on hand for those of us that are new to the field?
I love it! My decks are sprawling over more cabinets than I care to admit. I need a better way to organize them instead of going through 10 cabinets to find the deck I want.
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I saw this idea myself on Pinterest, and I loved it! However, I have had a problem with mine actually staying up on the wall. What hooks did you use? Is yours hanging on cement block walls?
I store mine in a cabinet next to my table. I found a few small plastic drawers they fit into perfectly at Good Will!
– Kristen, Heard in Speech
I also saw this on Pinterest. I’m using it and I love it. The kids are asking to go get their own speech deck. I’m seeing so much Independence with my kids, as early as 1st grade.