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Children’s cubbies mostly refer to the bins or spaces that house children’s belongings that are transported between the home and classroom. Cubbies typically house and store children’s items such as shoes, hats, coats, gloves, materials (from home, too), work to go home, saved items, pillows and blankets, backpacks, and sometimes found treasures. Cubbies can offer a way for children and families to have their own storage space in the classroom or school, and often they represent a space between home and school. Occasionally a single cubby is shared between children. However, this practice of sharing a single cubby for multiple children is more and more discouraged in regulations and guidelines because of contagions and communicable outbreaks. As well, certain items from home such as over-the-counter ...

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