i am sorry if this has already been discussed. i looked the archives and could not find what i was looking for. how do you ladies keep up with narration, drawings, copywork, etc. do you have a divided binder and use notebooking paper or a spiral notebook that has room for several subjects? which subjects do you include? I have lots of sprial notebooks and if this keeps up i will have too many to keep up with by the time my kids are done with school.momParticipant
We do everything in hardbound sketch note books that we get from walmart. I have the kids rule their lines whenever necessary or we do it on lined paper and glue it in.TristanParticipant
We used 3 ring binders this year for each child. By late in the year some of the children needed a second binder. It worked well, they simply had dividers. In other years we saved papers in a hanging file folder and at the end of the year we used our ProClick to bind them.
Next year we’re playing around with the idea of using composition books for most things. We’ll have some geography pages I’ll be printing all year that I may print up ahead and bind with my ProClick for each child into a spiral bound notebook. I’ll make that decision before fall. We may go with one of the other 2 options again.missceegeeParticipant
I use a binder for grades 1-6. Grades 7+ we use composition books for each subject and only replace when full, not yearly.coralloydParticipant
We use this double sided zipper binder http://www.caseit.com/3-ring-binders/the-z. It keeps all their work in one place. Makes it easy for them to carry their work to any part of the house they want to work in.Alicia HartParticipant
Missceegee, Why do wait until grade 7 to use comp books? There is probably an obvious answer here that I am not seeing!
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