Really Good Homework Folders

Item: 155419

$ 19.08 - $ 20.08
Item #:  155419
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Keep your students and yourself organized with these colorful, laminated two pocket folders.


They're a great way to organize homework, notices, group materials, and lesson plans. All have sturdy interior pockets to store different types of paper, or to separate work to do from finished assignments.

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$19.08 - $20.08
Product Information
Details:
  • Set of 12 folders
    Size: 9 1/2" by 12" each, Laminated

  • One interior pocket holds materials to be completed; the other holds work that has been finished
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

5 Star
5.0 (based on 7 reviews)

Pros

Easy To Use (3)
Easy To Use (3)
Attractive Design (3)
Durable (3)

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Reviewed by 7 Customers
5 Stars

Homework folder

Cute design. "To Do" and "Finished" pockets are great.
8/28/2016
By from , UT
5 Stars

Really Good Homework Folders

This is the second year that I have used these folders. I like the durability and they serve to help students organizational skills. I highly recommend them!
10/3/2015
By Mrs. Green-Jones from , OH
5 Stars

homework folder

Cute homework folder that is easily recognized.
9/20/2015
By from , UT
5 Stars

Great Product!!

I send these home with my kindergartners weekly. Generally, they last the whole year! All you have to do is write their name, etc. and they are ready to go. For me, worth the cost considering they last and I only have to prep them once year!
8/18/2011
By Tracy from Lompoc, CA
About Me: Midrange Shopper
5 Stars

A Worthwhile Investment

I sent these home with my 4th graders about twice a week, yet they held up well through the whole year. Great for study guides, unfinished work, book reports, etc. They help the kids stay organized and give the parents something to look for in their child's backpack.
8/12/2011
By JS-4 from , IL
About Me: Midrange Shopper
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