Primary Lesson – Students Organize with Color

The other week, I told you how the new plaid expanding products can add some style to your office. This week, I’m showing you how new primary color poly portfolio folders can help students organize with color.

The newest plastic pocket folders are available in a rainbow of colors – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple and black – to keep the young student in your life organized.

  1. To start, decide which type of poly portfolio is needed. They are available with 3 prong fasteners in the center or without. You may need to consult the student’s teacher or school supply listing for help with this decision.
  2. Next, have your child assign a color to each subject, class, project, etc.
  3. Ask them to write the subject name on the portfolio, in permanent marker. Not only will this serve as a reminder of what worksheets and assignments should go inside, but also as a chance to practice penmanship.
  4. Go over the routine. Remind him or her that all math papers should go in the green portfolio, science worksheets need to put in the blue folder, take-home papers for you should be placed in the red folder, and so on.
primary color plastic pocket folders
The new line of primary color poly portfolio folders, available without and with prongs, can help your child be more organized for school and extracurricular activities.

Like this idea, apply it to your own household organization system for bills, renovation projects and more. If your home is already in order (and good for you!), this tip is useful at the office, too.

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