Arts & Crafts
Arts and crafts supplies come in all shapes and sizes, which can make it hard to organize and store them properly. With an art storage cabinet, you can adjust the shelves, drawers, and tote trays to suit your needs. You also have the option to purchase several matching cabinets to create a full storage system in your classroom. Whether you organize by each class section, type of art, medium, or supply, you and your students will always be able to quickly and easily find what you need for your next project.
There’s an endless variety of woodworking tools and accessories to show your students. Ensuring every item has its own place is the key to maintaining an organized and efficient classroom. A woodworking tool cabinet can be used to store portable power tools and their accessories like drill bits, screws, and staples. You may also want to consider workbenches that include woodworking tool storage for extra space in smaller classrooms.
Makerspaces and Fab Labs are becoming more popular in schools as the need for hands-on learning increases. Makerspace carts make it easy to move needed materials around the classroom. Including several heights and sizes of makerspace workbenches in your room allows students to create in a way that best suits their current project. At the end of the class period, all tools and supplies can be quickly and easily organized into a makerspace storage unit.
The need for a solid background in science education transcends all future career opportunities. When students have the right tools, they’re better able to learn what they need to succeed as adults. Adjustable height science tables, mobile demonstration cabinets, and of course the classic black-top tables are all vital components of a successful science classroom. Ensure students are using proper safety methods with a hand washing station and disinfecting cabinet for glasses.
As metalworking becomes a more sought-after profession, the number of students looking for these classes in high school will increase. An increase in students will also mean an increased need for metalworking tools and supplies. Outfitting your classroom with additional metalworking benches allows you to accommodate this increased need and provide a quality experience to all students.