The accordion file system can work for students who have difficulty using a binder and have no other way of organizing paper.
This file box is helpful for storing papers at home once a unit is complete so student’s binders don’t get too heavy or full.
Pockets in the subject dividers is key because it provides a space to store current work such as homework, paper that isn’t punched yet and lose paper until a student has time to organize it.
Reinforced paper is good for students who are just learning to use a binder. It ensures that papers aren’t getting ripped out of the binder and lost.