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|I have copied these on colored paper. Girls have red and boys have blue.|
You can download the pdf HERE or email me for the ppt version.
The front inside pocket will have these labels:
You can download the pdf HERE or email me for the word document. I printed them on Avery 5160 address labels.
Then I will make them baggies to hold pencils and other materials. They are quick and easy. I saw the idea on Pinterest, where else? Just add duck tape or masking tape to the side of a sandwich bag, hole punch, and insert into the binder.
My principal buys planners/calendar journals for all students grades 3-5 at our school. I have added those to the front of their binders.
Under that will be notebook paper for homework assignments.
Next are job applications and rent agreements for our classroom economy. I will be doing a comprehensive post about my economy this week. These papers will be turned in later in the week.
Behind the divider are individual copies of SuperSpeed 1000 and SuperSpeed Math. You can download the eBooks with instructions and pages to print at Whole Brain Teaching. We will be practicing both of these almost daily and students will need them to do their homework.
Our weekly newsletter, district calendar, Bonus Opportunities, Fines, Spelling activities, and 40 Book Requirement pages are in page protectors at the back.
|I compiled these from others I found on the internet. Click HERE to download.|
|This was inspired by The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller. Click HERE to download.|
Students will hole punch and add a folder to the back of their binder for graded papers. On the outside of the folder we will put these labels.
|Click HERE to download or email me for the Word version.|
Those are our binders!