BINDER! Have I ever told you how much I love binders? I do, I really do! Even my students had binders!
I prefer binders to files in a filing cabinet. I keep all my lessons and examples of organizers and such in binders arranged by subject (usually have to have two binders per subject), and then each binder is broken into topic then lessons within the topic.
I don't have pictures of my binders right now (seeing that I moved...again), but I saw this post by A Teeny Tiny Teacher (click here to read), and it's pretty similar to how I use binders to organize. I love being able to see everything and not guess which drawer and which file something is in.
So here is my Professional Reading binder!
These are my standard supplies for building my binders: a binder (clearview, and I always use black to keep everything the same, as well as the dark color hides the bumps and dirt that can occur), clear sheet protectors, and paper.
I then printed the book title of the book and author on regular, white sheets of paper. After that I began transferring my sticky note notes to the printed pages.
I could fit six on a page and then placed them front/back in the sheet protectors.
I was also given a bunch of magazines to read, and quickly realized that I can take the articles I like the most out of the magazines, make notes on them, and insert them in my binder as well.
For the binder cover and side I'll use my usual chevron template. I bought it on TpT and it's totally worth it!
Do you binder stuff????