Looking for a new way for your students to store crayons? I used DVD cases in my classroom and they worked wonderfully!
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This is an editable PowerPoint file. Editable meaning - you can add your students' names or any other text you would like. The graphics are not able to be manipulated. I also picked coordinating colors to match the themes (for the top, bottom, and spine) and these are saved as part of the background image. If you do not like the colors I chose, however, and are good with PowerPoint, you could simply insert new boxes filled with whatever color you'd like on top of the existing ones.
I also included several different "elements" you could add to the back including a 120 chart, number line, alphabet, colors, shapes, and handwriting lines. You could use any combination you'd like. All you have to do is copy and paste onto your template and resize as needed. Feel free to add your own things to the back of the case! A word list, classroom rules, etc.!
You could leave the back totally blank because DVD cases are dry erase surfaces (in case you didn't know!). Don't have a classroom set of dry erase boards? DVD cases are a great alternative and are portable. Plus, the materials to use can store inside!