Wordless Wednesday: How Do You....

Happy Wednesday!
I'm linking up with Christina for this week's Wordless Wednesday!

Sooo I've decided to re-organize all of my files and put them into binders.

My question is:
Can you come help me organize?
Just kidding!
{unless you want to}

My real questions are:
How do you organize your files?
If you have them in binders, how to you organize within each binder?


  1. Binders are the way to go!! I've done binders for a few years and it's great for organizing and for moving classrooms if you ever have to do that! Although with the technology push, I've thought about scanning everything in to digital binders!

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  2. I have been slowly transitioning from filing cabinets to binders as well! It is great because then you can't hold on to too much! At the same time it is harder to find somewhere to store all of the binders! I have three different science binders, one for each subject area - life, physical and earth. I haven't decided how to do math yet, so that is still in a filing cabinet.

    Mrs. 3rd Grade 

  3. I did this same exact thing about 2 years ago and I love it! I have my files organized by month. However, with all the changes we have been doing with the standards I still have to reorganize my math files. I am planning on organizing them by skill or CCSS strand. Good luck!

    Ms Richards's Musings

  4. My organization is a mess..some is in the filing cabinet while others is in the bin for each theme dictated by our curriculum. One of these days I'll get it together! I like the binder idea, but not sure where to store them.

    A Very Curious Class

  5. I did this last year with my ELA files and it worked so well I just did my math files last week! My math files are organized by place value, computation, money, measurement, number recognition, and so on!

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