Yep! I do love Rubbermaid storage containers! It is a bit messy when this picture was taken and yes, it looks like I have robbed the Lakeshore Learning Store. I love Lakeshore and have written & received several grants and usually spend every last dollar on things from Lakeshore. That is why I have so much stuff in there! The top and bottom shelves not shown hold the extra large Rubbermaid boxes for each month of the school year. Each monthly box holds books, floor puzzles, decorations, and learning center games that are specific for that month.
This side is very messy too but I wanted you to see where I hide my mini refrigerator and microwave. I bring my lunch quiet a bit so the fridge & microwave come in very handy! That is the white fridge on the bottom and the black microwave above it. The other side that isn't pictured holds my construction paper, my many Mailbox magazines in file boxes, and floor puzzles. Sorry, no picture!
On the inside of the closet door I hung this awesome pocket chart that I got many years ago from Highlights magazine just for sending home their promotional items with my students. At the beginning of the school year, I encourage parents to purchase extra supplies while they are on sale to replenish their child's school supplies throughout the year. When they send them in I store each child's extra supplies in their own pocket. When their glue stick dries out (all too often) my little darlings can go to their own supply pocket and get a new one. This saves me from having to request supplies all throughout the school year.
That is what is in my closet. Now what is in your closet?