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August 8, 2015

FREE Binder Covers

Being organized in the classroom doesn’t come easy for everyone, but I would like to think that I am a fairly organized person. It never failed, though.  At the end of the day I looked around and I had a pile of papers that needed to be organized, but I wasn’t sure where to put them. They would either need to go in my file cabinet (which was so hard to get files in and out of) or in a safe place. The reality of this situation is that at the end of the day they need up in a pile.  The next day’s papers got added to the pile and so on and on it went.

I finally got smart my last year in the classroom and used binders to help organize everything! Man, what a difference it made. It was so much easier to find something AND I didn’t dread putting them away at the end of the day! I created this set of binder covers that I would love to share with you!

FREE Binder Covers

FREE Binder Covers

I tried to think of all of the topics that I would need a binder for, even if I didn’t use that particular binder in my classroom.

FREE Binder Covers

I also created some spine labels to make it easy to quickly see which binders were where. I created this set to be simple and easy on the ink.

Some FREE binder covers and spine labels to help keep classroom organization under control. These printables are both cute and functional! #classroomorganization #elementary #middle #free #printables

Click the image above to subscribe to my email list and grab these binder covers and get organized!

Have a wonderful evening!

Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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    1. If you sign up for the email list, the binder covers are sent to you through your email! If you have any questions, let me know!! 🙂 I am so glad you like them!!

  1. I very much enjoy reading about all your ideas. The binder covers will help me organize all the info I gathered over the years. Thanks for letting me have them for free!

    1. Hi Ana! I see that you subscribed to get 3 different freebies. The binder covers email was delivered yesterday night at 8:28 pm. If you used your school email, check your spam folder. Often times school servers block people from receiving my emails. I’m not sure why! Let me know if you still can’t find them.

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