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    I know data binders are really in right now, and I have always found them to be a great student motivator. Since they are personalized for the child, you can really sit with each student to discuss what he or she excels in - and which that he or she could be working on. Perfect for showing parents s...

    Put duct tape on ziplock bags, now you can punch holes in them and store them in a binder and they won't rip!

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