Creating binders to hold your lesson plans can help keep you organized. Here’s a tutorial to create an organized guided reading binder in four steps. You’ll like the tips on how to select the right options that’ll meet your needs for lesson planning.
If you teach reading in small groups, then a binder may just help you stay organized.
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4 Steps to a Guided Reading Binder Tutorial
Decide what size of binder will meet your needs without being too bulky. If you need to tote it home, around the classroom or to another classroom then consider going small!
Start with a front cover. It’s a simple tip but one that can make you feel accomplished just by hitting the print button! Use a combination of dividers and binder clips wisely to save time and space while making it efficient.
Lastly, decide what type of lesson plan template you need to complete your finished binder…
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