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Clever and Unique Emergent Reader Binding Trick

Do you create lots of printable emergent reader books for your classroom? Here is a clever and unique teacher hack for making those books last longer. You’ll love the idea of using duct tape in bright, bold colors to create a binding for printable books, like used in guided reading.The benefits go beyond making them last – you’ll see that duct tape can mean organization too.Featured from Teaching Idea TuesdayDuct Tape Emergent Reader Binding TrickIt’s possible for that stack of emergent readers to cause all kinds of silly headaches that can be fixed with this simple trick.When you cover the binding edge (where the staples are) of the printable books you’ll find that the books will last longer in the hands of primary students, no longer prick fingers with pokey staples gone awry and using different colors of duct tape can mean you reach for the right book without scouring through a pile of books…CONTINUE READING ON THE BLOG| Submit Your Tip |Have You Seen?

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