I needed to find an inconspicuous space that would organize these large items. But, they are NEEDED items that my kiddos have come to rely on. When we had to take them all down for the Common Core Assessments the kids had a little anchor-chart withdrawal.
So, what has been working for most of the school year is my Wal-Mart waste paper baskets. I purchased three thinking that the bulk of the charts pertain to math, reading, and language/writing. Since we are teaming next year in fifth grade I think I will wait to add or modify this system.
I always send the charts to laminating so they will remain durable for years to come. Just roll up the chart and secure with a clothespin. Labeling the clothespin with a description of the chart (e.g. text features) helps when you need to reach for a specific topic.
I keep the baskets under the student table which is covered with a tablecloth