Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Binder Covers and Spines!

Due to high demand I have put my unit binder covers and spine labels on my Teachers Pay Teachers store!  Use these covers and spines to help organize, manage, and keep your files looking professional.  There are 98 different covers and spine labels to fit your classroom needs. 

Click HERE to Visit my TpT Store to Download!







Each of my binders have my worksheets, activities, etc. in a clear plastic cover and placed inside each unit.  By keeping my files in the binders it makes looking for things so much faster and easier!  It is also easy to store - you don’t have to worry about all the file cabinet space.  When I transformed my files into binders I took it slow so I wouldn’t get overwhelmed.  I just took the unit I was working on that week and placed my files into the binder.  It was not overwhelming and it didn’t take much time since I took it a week and a unit at a time.

Enjoy!
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22 comments:

  1. These are sooooo nice!!! I just added them to my TPT wishlist. Thanks for designing this great product!!!
    Connie:)
    www.welcometofirstgraderoom5.blogspot.com

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  2. I am absolutely amazed by your organization! Do you have any of the units from the binders on TPT?

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    1. I have my Fairy Tale unit on my TpT store. :)

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    2. Hi Amanda,

      I would like your permission to post some of your pictures as examples in a book I am co-authoring for beginning teachers. I will reference you and also add link to your blog in the resources section. Please contact me at mkamman@coe.ufl.edu

      Thanks,

      Meg

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    3. Sure, no problem! I would love to have a copy of the book once it's published. :)
      Thanks for asking!
      Amanda

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  3. Do you plan to add more units you have to TPT?

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  4. I am so inspired by your notebook organization!! I hope I can find time to work on that this year. I'm following you to see what great ideas you have next!!

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  5. Hi, Mrs. Terhune!

    Love your organization! I am nominating you for the Versatile Blogger award. Visit my blog to pick up your award. :)

    Alex

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  6. Amanda-
    I just wanted to drop in and let you know we Okie Blogger meetup tomorrow in OKC. We would love for you to join us :)
    Check out the details on my blog!

    Kaci
    Mrs. Hoffer's Spot

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  7. I adore your blog and your organization, so I'm giving you The Lovely Blog Award! Head on over to my blog to pick up your award.

    -Ashley
    FreeFallinIntoFirst.blogspot.com

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  8. I'm your newest blog and TpT follower! I am in awe of your organization!!

    If you're ever in Ohio, please let me know so you can come help me with my classroom! :)

    Rachel
    A-B-Seymour

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  9. Just purchased your binder covers and spines and you've inspired me to get organized. I'm a kindergarten teacher in Broken Arrow and it was great finding your website. Many blessings to you and can't wait to see more.

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  10. I am your newest follower! I actually found your site last year via something I pinned on Pinterest. It is awesome! I gave you a shout out on my blog today and would love for you to check it out! If you like it, become a follower and grab my button!!

    Thanks,
    Holly

    http://krazyfunteaching.blogspot.com/

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  11. you are amazingly organized. I have shared this with so many teachers. I am putting you on my blog list.

    please come check out my new teaching blog to help me design it. http://preschoolerdaze.blogspot.com/

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  12. where did you get all the binders? i used to have a set i got free, but left them at my last school

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    1. I got them at Office Depot. You can buy a box of them which ends up being cheaper than buying them one by one.

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  13. Hi Amanda! I LOVE your site and all your organizational ideas! :) I was wondering how you organize inside the binders- do you have your resources further broken down by content area?

    ~Jessica
    Fun in PreK-1 is Having a Giveaway!

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  14. Thank you! Yes, inside my unit binders I have all my papers grouped by subject. For example, I have all my math lessons, worksheets, etc. that go with that particular unit all grouped together within the binder. It makes finding what you need so much easier!

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  15. Hi Amanda,
    I recently purchased the binder covers & spines. They're great! Can you please update it to include Summer (you already have the other 3 seasons)...or better yet, can you make one called "4 Seasons." Also, could you make one for Halloween?
    Thanks-a-bunch,
    Karen

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    1. I have added and updated them to my TpT file. :)
      Thanks!

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