I still have a ton of organizing to do along with a lot of printing and laminating, and figuring out where everything will go, but I thought I would go ahead and share the start of my organizing process for all the letter printables and such I am collecting.
I started with a 1 inch binder for homeschool stuff, but then decided that I need to split up "my" homeschool info from the actual printouts. So I am keeping the 1 inch binder for keeping a calendar and resources, I haven't gotten the tabs and such on it yet, I will try to get pictures of it, when I get it ready. Then I had a 3 inch binder sitting in the closet luckily, so I decided to use that for storing all the printouts. It may not work for everything, and I actually got a little set of plastic drawers for storing the flash cards and such, but here it is so far.
A section for colors:
A section for numbers/counting/math:
My section for each letter, I bought alphabet tabs ready made for this:
Examples of the T section, I punched holes in the laminated full pages and put some tracing pages in a page protector:
I used a page protector to store the smaller cut out activities, this is what may have to change as I start getting more and more of these printed out, because it will make my binder huge!
My You Can Read section:
Some are in page protectors, others laminated with hole punches, or the coloring pages are just hole punched since those won't be laminated: So far I have only printed out Unit 1, but am thinking about how I am going to separate the different units.
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