Saturday, August 4, 2012

Free Printable Binder Covers or Dividers

I was working on some binder covers and dividers for my classroom this morning and thought I would share so that you can print them off if you'd like to use them.  I have two different designs.  One is a grey chevron with turquoise text and the other is a turquoise paisley background with hot pink text.  Here is an example of what they look like:






















UPDATE:  I had my downloadable files hosted on Scribd.  This site was supposed to allow you to download for free.  I have since found out that after your file is on their site for a few months and if it does well, they begin to charge to download the file and they keep 100% of the money they charge.  So, I have took all of the files down from Scribd and hopefully you will be able to get them from my Google Docs below. Let me know if you have problems!

You can download the Turquoise Paisley files from the following links:

Substitute Binder Cover
Student Data
Rosters
Lesson Plans
Gradebook
Emergency Plans
Parent Contact Log
Meeting Notes

You can download the Grey Chevron files from the following links:

Substitute Binder Cover
Student Data
Rosters
Parent Contact Log
Lesson Plans
Gradebook
Emergency Plans
2012-2013

18 comments:

  1. I love these! I will definitely be using the grey chevron this year! :)Thanks!

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  2. Stefani and room six, I'm so glad that you both like them! Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Absolutely love the chevron! I might have to make it the front page of my wedding planning binder! :)

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  4. Love these. Can't wait to print some for this school year. Thanks

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  5. Thanks Vicky, village teacher and Cheryl! I'm so glad that you've found them useful. And Vicky, it would be pretty for a wedding binder!

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  6. What program do you use to create these?
    Would love to make some of my own to be personalized to my life!

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  7. These say "free" but I cannot seem to download them without joining or paying for scibd. Any suggestions?

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  8. Question - when I click on the links for the chevron... it says I have to pay to print them off? Is there something I'm missing?

    thanks so much!

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  9. Hi Raylene! All of the binder covers are completely free. You do have to have a free account with Scribd. Just click on download and then snag it as a PDF. I hope that helps.

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  10. Nope, It definitely wants us to pay...

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  11. It said I had to be a Premium member if Scribd to download it...

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  12. I tried to download Amie and I have a free account. It wont let me snag it. by the way do you have any new ones for 2013-2014?

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    1. Sally, I've been doing so investigating this morning and found that Scribd secretly starts charging people to download successful documents after a few months. I have moved them over to my Google Docs account, so hopefully you can easily download them. Let me know if you have problems! Also, I have updated them to 2013-2014.

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  13. Hey guys! So I found out what the problem is with Scribd. If your document is successful, without letting the original creator know, they start charging for others to download the file and then Scribd keeps the money! Wrong, wrong, wrong! So, I've deleted all of them from Scribd and have them uploaded to my Google Docs. I hope you can now easily download them. Let me know if you have problems downloading!

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  14. You should make it to where you can customize the covers

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  15. Abigail, when you make them customizable people can steal them and sell them on Teachers Pay Teachers, etc. These are free, so I decided not to make them customizable.

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