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NOW EDITABLE!! You will NEVER have to thumb around your desk and filing cabinets for what you need again! You will already have it in your binder...organized and neatly placed! After teaching for 6+ years, I finally did it and I'm super proud of it! I spoke to several of my fellow educators and found out what they needed at their fingertips and this is what I came up with. 232 pages of organization!$

Student Reflection Form "No Homework" Binder. It's my personal/teacher mission to help students become more responsible for their actions. I like that this form makes them accountable for their missing work AND requires them to think about it-something which usually doesn't happen.

Watch the transformation as one teacher goes from overstuffed file drawers to binder organization. Includes link to FREE binder covers via TPT. Super before and after photos document the whole process.

Homework binders...I hate to say "like" to anything with the word binder in it, but a great way to organize students

vocabulary notebook - Cannot tell you how much I love this idea!!

Maybe for the bookshelf area you're wanting to do in your room? Would be a great way to organize your school supplies & books! Perhaps even put a wipe off calendar in place of the 4 boards?

We could do this on the windows to the storage rooms with dry erase markers or with sticky notes...

Great idea for early finishers -- could do this for any grade -- +,-,x, division! Love it!

Do you have student led conferences? Looking for talking points for your parent/teacher conferences? Every fall and spring, my students fill out ...

Student Data Binder for Tracking Progress in the Classroom FREE from The Curriculum Corner | editable forms