Creating A School Binder With Printables
It is starting to feel like fall because I keep seeing the back-to-school pictures on Facebook! I really do love this time of year! Maybe it is the former teacher in me, but back-to-school is always a nice time of year for some refreshes with your organizing systems!
Kids start something new, you are on a new routine, and it is the perfect time to change up some of the ways you maintain paper clutter from the kiddos.
I have tried many different ways to keep the kids school stuff organized, and what I found is that you have to find a system that works for you.
One easy way to contain the kids papers is to create a school binder with printable organizers! By keeping your favorite pieces of art contained in a binder, you can easily store and look through everything your child has accomplished throughout the year.
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To create a custom school binder with printables, you will need some decorative binders. I just love these fashion designs from Samsill.
Then, throughout the year, add pieces of art, reports, and other info you want to keep.
I would suggest storing the binders in the office or mud room area of the home, as that is where these papers typically land!
Another option to storing artwork is to store in Samsill’s 2-in-1 binder duo. You can use the binder portion to store larger pieces of artwork and the accordian files for notes, reports, and other items for each grade level!
And, there is always Samsill’s Pop n’ Store boxes that are perfect for larger projects that can be safely stored and used as decoration around the kiddos’ bedrooms or office!
Wishing you all a wonderful beginning of the school year and to creative organizing solutions to keep your kids papers tidy throughout the school year!
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My name is Jessica and I am the founder and editor of The Organized Mama. I was born and raised in Minnesota and currently live in Illinois. I graduated Indiana University with a degree in elementary education. I decided to share my tips and tricks to keeping things organized in hopes of helping people stay organized with little ones. I am in the process of becoming a professional organizer to help assist families in keeping households organized. At The Organized Mama, you will find ways to keep organized, stay crafty and, most of all, enjoy motherhood!