Today is a little different than the typical posts in this series. I’ve had a lot of you wanting to know how I use these printables, and so I want to share with you my favorite method for assembling and using the printables. After all, they won’t do you much good unless you use them.
I use a disc bound system, and I absolutely love! It works so well for me. It offers the compactness of spiral binding and the flexibility of a three ring binder all in one. The best way to explain how the system works is just to show you, so I invite you to watch the very short video below to see exactly how it works:
I purchase my discbound binders from the Arc product line at Staples. (You can purchase them online if you don’t have a Staples never you.) I’ve heard that some Office Depots have their own line now, but I haven’t seen them in person. Keep in mind, when you use this system you will need a special discbound punch. I use the one from Staples. It’s not super cheap (about $45-$45 but if you watch for coupons you can get for up to 40% off), but it’s definitely worth the money! It punches both the junior and full size with a nice guide to punch the paper. The guide is also adjustable for all size in between. It will do up to 8 regular weight paper at once easily.