The easiest, most organized, and accessible way looks like this (ignore the pink, blue, green color coding in the photo - we also have the labels for this storage system in non-color coding for Step 1, 2, and 3):
These hardware towers are
available at most hardware stores, Wal-Mart, etc. They come in a
variety of sizes and shapes - be sure the individual drawers are wide
enough for all the small cards (we designed all of the card sets to fit
into the standard size drawers - but please check before purchasing).
Tower 1 - Step 1, Step 2 and some Step 3 Language Cards (Again, ignore the pink, blue, green color-coding in the picture...we've got the Step 1, 2, 3 labels prepared for you to use instead)
For the sheets and
labels, sentence cards, sound choice cards, etc (materials that are too
big for the towers) - you can use a variety of baskets and
trays - or you can store you language cards using our step by step tutorial here. Dollar Stores are famous for having a huge assortment of colored
trays, baskets, boxes, etc.
What a fantastic way to
keep a huge assortment of language materials together in one place and
so easily accessible to the children. The drawers are easily removed
from the tower and taken to a work space - then easily slid back into
the tower when the work is completed.
You can download the drawer labels for Step 1, Step 2, and Step 3. Print, cut and adhere to the outside of
the drawer with tape (tape across the label and wrap it around the edges
of the drawer so that label is protected) ... quick and easy!