Monday Made It

Happy Monday! I was out of town most of last week so I only have two small projects to share today.

Over the years I've kept a back to school binder full of papers I use at the beginning of school and various other materials. I went through the binder and purged papers that I didn't think I'd use again. I also upgraded to a white binder and create a new cover.

Inside I organized everything in page protectors.

Next I created book labels for all of my books at school. I organize my classroom library by genre so these labels show various genres.

Have a good week! 


  1. It's such a smart idea to use the page protectors. I hate damaging things with holes. I'm sure it makes it easier to find what you're looking for.

  2. Your binder look awesome. It's always nice to start the year without the junk:) Thanks for sharing.
    Are We There Yet?

  3. You are going to love having that organized binder when school starts!

    My Bright Blue House

  4. Love the binder idea ~ I usually have a folder, but the binder keeps everything more organized and secure :)

  5. Great organization projects that will certainly pay off! Hey, I'm in GA, too!

    Learning at the Teacher Table

  6. I've been switching over to binders little by little as well. I especially like that they will fit into file cabinets - spine facing up - as long as they aren't the big honking 3" binders. That way I can use page protectors without having to hole-punch my originals and they keep in prestine condition. Woohoo!!

  7. Love the binder idea of papers for Back to School. I'm pretty sure my folder I keep looks like an explosion occured. I don't know why I even keep it...I end up doing new things each year. Thanks for sharing!
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

  8. You're soooo organized! I hope it rubs off on Thanks for linking up!
    4th Grade Frolics

  9. You want to come organize for me too? hahah I love it :)

    Anisa @ Creative Undertakings

  10. I love how organized you are. My goal this school year is to try and stay more organized. Thanks for sharing :)

    @ Wiley Teaching


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