Task Card Organization

Hi friends! I am back today with another organization project that was on my summer to do list. For years I have been using task cards with my small groups. I am a BIG fan of them! You can read about what task cards are right here.  Then I saw a picture that I knew would take my organization to the next level!

In the past, I have used manila envelopes to store them and labeled them on the front of the envelope.

It worked for me for awhile UNTIL I saw these on Instagram.

Aren't they soooo pretty??!!!??!! Many people commented that they would use these cases for task card storage. How smart is that!! I was on board and bought 2 cases. One for literacy and one for math. Then when I was in Target one day I saw the same kind of boxes but in clear!

I knew I would use these too soooo, I got every pack I could find.  My task cards fit perfectly inside and since it is clear I can see right away which set it is.

                                        Each case has 6 boxes so I labeled them by topic.

Then I also created a  label to put on the top of the box. I put my grammar cards together, Early Finshers cards and math cards in the different cases.

I made lables for all the task cards I have. Here are just a few of them:

I also made these covers to put on the front of the boxes:

If you would like these labels you can grab them for free by clicking  right here! I even made ones that are editable. That way you can make labels for any other task cards you may have. The font I used is KG Miss Kindergarten Chunk. You can find it here.

 If you want to see some task cards up close you can check them out  in my TPT shop.

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Hope these organizational tips have inspired you to try them out. Hop on over to the next blog to grab some more great tips!


  1. I love it! Which section was this in?

    1. I actually found them in the clearance section. I have seen them sold at Michaels, Wal Mart and even Amazon. Here is a link:

  2. Great tip! I need to pin it for next year! Thanks.
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