Want an easy way to spruce up your child’s binder? Try these free binder cover coloring pages.
It’s back to school time again. With the expense of everything you have to buy, it’s almost unthinkable to splurge on personalized items. Even if you have your own vinyl or embroidery machine, the cost of the supplies you need and the time it takes to make them yourself can be a real chore added to all the shopping you have to do for the everything.
This year I decided to try something different with my daughter. She loves to color and be creative. Because of this, I created some coloring sheets for her binder. First, I bought her a cheap plain binder, which cost almost half of the decorative kind.
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To say that she wasn’t impressed with her new binder is an understatement. But, when I showed her the coloring pages, she changed her tune. The pages are pretty elaborate so they would be a good project for you to do with your child if they are not quite up to coloring inside the lines. They are perfect for solo projects for older grade school children or even middle and high school kids. My daughter is starting the fourth grade, and she had a great time coloring her pages.
I printed out two sheets—one for the front with a blocked-out section for writing her name and one without the block for the back of the binder. After she had finished coloring them, I wrote her name in the blank. Then I slid it between the plastic cover on the outside of the front and the back.
This instantly changed the look of the binder, and my daughter couldn’t be prouder since she had taken her time in coloring the pages. The best part is that she did all the work. It only took me a minute to print out the sheets. And just a few seconds to insert them into the binder. I even printed out a couple for my own blogging binder. So, print some for yourself and add some personalization without any additional cost.
Free Binder Cover Coloring Pages
You can print one or all of these coloring pages along with over 30 other printables for busy moms in The Busy Mom Free Printables Library. Access is free, and I add more printables regularly, so you’ll continuously have new printables available. Sign up for The Busy Mom Free Printables Library here.
I hope these help to make your child’s start to this new school year a little easier and, of course, more fun. If you print some of these for your kids (or yourself), I’d love to hear your thoughts.