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One idea: Arrange them according to student outcomes. In other words, if you want your students to learn different multiplication methods, gather all of the resources for that goal in one place.
Similarly, if you use Common Core Standards, arrange resources according to each standard. In this way, each subject (math, reading, writing, etc.) is grouped, but more finely tuned by standard.
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