Virtual Filing Cabinet

Searching the internet for engaging problem based math activities can be sometimes overwhelming. It’s hard to organize those lessons you find. To help myself stay organized I’ve been making a virtual filing cabinet using Google Sheets. When I find a lesson online that I want to save I add the details for that activity in a row on the sheet.

Each row shows the topic, creator, and the link to find it again! I’ve also grouped lessons by strand or big ideas.

I hated using a lesson and then the next year would come and I’d never remember where I got the resources or where to find them again!!! I would highly encourage you to keep your own Virtual Filing Cabinet! If you want to use mine you are more than welcome!

Click here to access and grab a copy of my Virtual Filing Cabinet (Google Sheet).

What are other ways you are keeping organized?

Maybe there is a better way!!!

Please leave your ideas in the comments!

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