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August 26, 2010

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Barbara

Very cool. ;-)

Ann

Kim, your binders are beautiful! Such creative ideas. If it's not too rude a question, might I ask which online schools you're using? We're using Connections Academy for high school and K12 (COVA, in our case) for 8th grade and under. Happy schooling:-)

Collette

Hi, Kim! Thanks for sharing this idea! We've been using binders in our homeschool to organize our classwork, too, and so we decided to try your idea this year. My kids had a lot of fun choosing their papers! I've been "checking in" here from time to time over the past year; I found you through Shower of Roses & Elizabeth Foss' Real Learning blog. Your blog has always been very encouraging to me as a homeschool mom!

Blessings,
Collette

Dessi

What do you put in the binders? Most of my Seton book are workbooks...do you put their tests in there? Just wondering, I am organizational challenged:):S

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