If you LOVE printables, it is a MUST to have place/s for Organizing your Printables! Preferably a place that gives you quick and easy access to SEE and USE your printables when needed!
How To Organize Printables
Use these common Household Binders for Simple Printable Organization
One organizing option is a Household Organization Ringed-Binder WITH plastic sheet paper protectors. The clear plastic sheets have pre-punched holes to insert into a binder.
Benefits of plastic sheet protectors are:
Printables can be kept clean and dry
Simple Contents Visibility
Hole Free Printable Pages for easy printing
Easily reorganize page protectors
This is a simple folder with ‘pockets’, some pocket folders have binder holes on the outside allowing the folder to be put into a Ringed Binder.
Another type of paper folder has metal clasps in the folder spine to store papers and/or page protectors that have three punched holes. (Just like mine in the image above.)
These folders also keep all your papers together, and give you easy access to your pages for writing; you can have one folder for each topic.
ACCORDIAN STYLE FILE FOLDER
If you just want a place for a ‘quick stash’ of your printable papers, an accordion type file folder is very simple because you can just slide the papers into a slot.
You can use the plastic tabs to write section names to keep your printable pages organized. This type of folder can hold many ‘types’ of printables in one place.
Here’s hoping you’ve found these three tips helpful for organizing your printables!
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