Hidden Appliances- Another way to hide appliances is to put them behind bi-fold doors that slide open on a track or simply fold back. The doors then stay open while the unit is in use, then cleverly keep appliances out of sight when they’re not needed.
Clear up counter space by storing small appliances like a microwave away in cabinets. See more kitchen storage ideas: http://www.bhg.com/kitchen/storage/organization/new-kitchen-storage-ideas/?socsrc=bhgpin022413microwavecabinet=4
No more dragging out the toaster and coffee maker every morning -- add outlets inside a cabinet and group small appliances together. The cabinet doors slide inside to keep the appliances and the rest of the room accessible at the same time./
Get ready for this FUN and INTERACTIVE President's Day Lapbook with Foldables - A Flip-Flap Book!!. Your students will have a ton of fun learning about George and Abe and writing about everything they learned in their Flip-Flap Books. Try something new,