These editable labels are perfect for organizing your Recollections Photo and Craft Keeper from Michaels.
I used my container to store all my popsicle KABOOM games. Kaboom is a simple game that can be used to review standards or interventions. Kaboom can be used for multiple different standards or topics. In my classroom, I use kaboom as an intervention for letter names and sounds, number identification, shape identification, math facts, cvc words, and sight words.
For example, to play shape kaboom, draw different shapes on popsicle sticks and a few of them write "Kaboom." Once you have a group of students (at least 2 students are needed), one at a time have a student pull a stick out of the cup, if they name the shape correctly they keep the popsicle stick, if they answer incorrectly they put the stick back into the cup. If a student pulls the kaboom stick, they have to put all their popsicle sticks back into the cup. The student with the most popsicle sticks at the end wins! Usually I just tell students when the game is over and see who wins.
If you would like to organize your recollections container for something else there are editable powerpoint slides you can use. The font used for the editable slides are KG EYES OPEN and KG BLANK SPACE SKETCH fonts in this product, which is FREE to download from Kimberly Geswein's teacherspayteachers store, or use another font you prefer.