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and it's only JUNE. This summer is gonna be horrible!

My darling husband bought me a Pro-Click comb binder last week....I've only used it to bind 1 book (for our weather unit), but I'm having fun trying to decide what all *needs* to be bound. The kids' science and history notebooks, for sure....our Music books, yeah.....and and and...:lol: He got the 5/8" spines with it - I need to get some 1" ones, because the notebooks are taking up a *lot* of room.

Work was......today. Got home - Herself had done her assignments (except for math - I help) and quickly finished school; Himself didn't. They were supposed to assemble the current notebooks in History and Science.....*I* did his Science one, and he's STILL working on History. He's still got to READ History, and do his math...and it's 3:00. :shakes head: He needs to work on discipline....

All the critters are OK; hot, but OK.

Oh! Herself BAKED A CAKE - BY HERSELF - Friday!!!!!!! Yes, it was a box - but still! It's yummy!! :lol:
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From:Anna Marie
Date:June 7th, 2011 02:16 pm (UTC)

comb binding

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Oh, do I LOVE our comb binder. I comb bind just about everything. They do get ratty (the product) with much use, but at least you don't lose pages like you do with a 3-ring binder. :)
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From:fiberaddict
Date:June 7th, 2011 02:30 pm (UTC)

Re: comb binding

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I don't mind the rattiness - binders are *expensive*! The Science and History notebooks- because they use lapbooking elements - take up SO MUCH room that the binders we use to keep stuff contained aren't up to the task....and I can't buy both kids binders for each year of History and Science AND all the other stuff we're doing.....I'd fast spend more than the comb binder was!

I told him it was the bestest present ever! :lol:
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