DIY Pencil Pouches

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Pencil pouches don't always hold up well throughout the year in student binders, but here is an option that is inexpensive if you need to replace often.











Items to Gather:

  • Name Brand Baggies (the slide lock ones will work the best for making sure they are sealed all the way)
  • Patterned Duct Tape
  • 3-Hole Punch
  • Optional:  Labels or Foam Sticky Letters



Instructions:


Step 1
: Use duct tape to place along the bottom of the baggie on both sides.

Step 2:
 Three-hole punch the baggie through the tape.


Step 3: Insert into the binder!






Other Tips/Suggestions:


You can also place student name labels or foam sticky letters on the front in case of a lost binder or baggie as an option.  One last idea is to have students choose their own favorite tape from several you provide.  It might make the buy-in even stronger.  :)  These are perfect for lightweight items such as flashcards or crayons.





Have fun creating!




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