Powered by Blogger.
This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, visit our disclosures page.

Binder

The children are watching another western movie with Grandpa, so I thought I'd get some ideas and jot them down.

I'm filing like crazy but I still need to figure how to set up their binders. Here is what I got so far. Instead of setting up the binder by subject maybe set it up by days, so the tabs will look something like this:
  1. Weekly (like drawing, reviewing and such)
  2. Monday
  3. Tuesday
  4. Wednesday
  5. Thursday
  6. Friday
Seems easy enough. Then I'll have a folder for completed work. Once I get a binder set up I'll post a picture. Won't be until all the filing is done though.
Instead of using this^use a daily sheet
Another idea is instead of using the spiral bound lesson planner for each child, maybe use a daily planner sheet that can be placed in the front of each days assignments.

Well, that's my thoughts for today. Off to take apart Joshua's math book.

2 comments

  1. I have my BJU science lesson plans up on my blog, if you're interested. http://teachafish.blogspot.com/2010/08/bju-science-lesson-plans-how-i-made.html
    I'd love to see how Heritage Studies works out for you. I thought it looked like a good program, but already bought SOTW 3 for this year. I love seeing your filing sytem come together! My kids won't let me tear out workbook pages, so I'm just storing lesson plans in a binder, and giving ea kid their own lesson plan binder.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I'd like to read more about your lesson plan binder.
    With BJ Heritage Studies I don't plan to use the TM much. Mostly for ideas of discussion here and there and to check the answers.

    ReplyDelete

I love hearing from you all!