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Whether you're standing in the front of a classroom, sitting behind a student desk or working in an administration office, it's important to keep papers, notebooks and documents organized. Finding and retrieving information quickly is the key to successfully navigating through various tasks. With plenty of organization solutions available, it's a breeze to add order to filing systems, desktops and backpacks.
Binders, Dividers and Sheet Protectors
Keep reference materials all in 1 handy place by sticking important worksheets, guides and activity pages in binders. Turn binders into organizers by inserting dividers to separate different class loads and use sheet protectors, which help keep 3-hole-punched documents safe from moisture, fingerprint smudges and other stains.
File Folders and Portfolios
Need to archive student records and other information? Put files into separate file folders, which utilize different tab positions and label holders, so it's easy to identify contents and view header information when placed in a filing cabinet. Portfolios are perfect for handing in end-of-semester reports.
Index Cards and Loose-Leaf Paper
Drill students on important material, create handy study aides or jot down reminder notes and schedule information using index cards, which come in ruled and blank options. Loose-leaf paper is perfect for classroom assignments that need to be handed in at the end of the class or for sticking in folders and binders.
Labels, Tickets and Mailing Seals
It's easy to send out mailings or identify drawer contents with address labels and product labels, which let you print easy-to-read information on them. Use mailing seals to secure envelopes.
Textbooks can take a beating throughout the school year. Keep books looking brand new with book covers, which are stretchy for easy coverage and prevent marks, scratches and other damage.