Literacy

Professional Development

August 13, 2012

Student Binder Freebie!

I really liked Fabulous in First’s G.O. Book that she shared last year! It was my first year to use a binder for everything.  Reading log, take home papers, behavior log, parent communication, homework, etc.  It was wonderful!  I organize mine a little differently than she does hers, but she was totally my inspiration! This year I wanted to make a new cover that left me room to include the students’ names.  Last year, I did not like that I didn’t have their name on the outside. I left room at the top to slap a label on after meet the teacher, or the first day of school. (Sounds crazy, but our population is so mobile that sometimes we don’t know who will be in our class until the first day.)

I made a boy one and a girl one.  Grab them here if you want them!

Be sure to shop around today and see what else you can grab during the big sale!! I have a couple of things in my cart already!

Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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