How to Create Personalized Binder Clips for Organizing Student Work

Are you looking for a creative way to organize and display student work? This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows teachers how to make personalized binder clips using their students' names.

I'm loving binder clips. Personally, I would pair this up with the Washi taped clips I blogged about on 10/9. I a little patterned color underneath and some text labels on top. Perfection! I could see these being awesome if you have a classroom aide or parent volunteers. You could simply clip them to the top and have them read: copy, cut, laminate, file, etc. It would also be handy to make them two sided ("to be graded" and "graded"or "record grades").

Bee-Tee-Dub...I have another binder clip idea to show you tomorrow. :)

What ideas do you have for labeling the clips?

Are you looking for a creative way to organize and display student work? This blog post from the Clutter-Free Classroom shows teachers how to make personalized binder clips using their students' names.




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