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Make the grade with UniKeep.

UniKeep helps students and teachers alike stay successful in the classroom with a full line of products for easy, effective organization.

Student's UniKeep binders and pages are perfect for organizing class notes and materials, making them easier to navigate and study later on. Pages and divider tabs can be used to color-code and separate class subjects and projects, allowing quick access the information you need. Crystal-clear page protectors are a great way to store often-referenced schedules, syllabi, or conversion tables, and are ideal for adding a professional touch to a report or presentation. Plus, their rigid, stackable polypropylene design means they're easy to carry and won't topple out of your locker like typical 3-ring binders.

You'll be walking the halls in style with UniKeep™'s flashy colors and customization options. Printing options and free cover insert templates make it simple to decorate your UniKeep with school colors, mascots, or even a class schedule.

Teachers UniKeep gives teachers a better way to manage lesson plans, grades, and assignments, meaning more efficient grading and planning with less clutter. Clear page protectors and pocketed dividers separate class groups and subjects and offer prominent storage for important materials like grades or seating charts.

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How do you use your UniKeep?


My granddaughter will soon be 3 years old and loves to learn. I’m organizing her preschool education in UniKeep View Case Binders and absolutely delighted with your products!!! My daughter will be able to keep the Learning Units organized by both age and category while we jointly help our little treasure learn. For example:

One binder is the home for flannel board pieces made of Pellon (a fabric-like substance). I photocopy the story patterns onto white paper then trace the patterns onto Pellon and color the pieces with coloring pencils (some folks use crayons but I like pencils better). Then the pattern pieces are cutout and ready to use. Think about children sitting in a half-circle in front of the teacher and a flannel board – now, as the teacher reads the story, she (or one of the students) places the various Pellon pieces onto the flannel board to illustrate what’s being read. Children can also use the Pellon pieces without risk of tearing. Now here’s the trick … the photocopy page is three-hole punched to become the home base for the Pellon pieces … and it all fits into a UniKeep view case binder! Do you want to hear, see, and feel “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”?! Or how about singing “Itsy Bitsy Spider” while putting the Pellon pieces onto the flannel board!?

Another binder will be the home for story cards … used like flash cards for a variety of stories. I photocopy the cards onto white card stock paper, color them with crayons, laminate the front of each card then they are organized by story in regular envelopes and all kept in the binder marked “STORY CARDS” … genius, don’t you think!!??

Another binder will be the home for stick puppets. I photocopy the puppet patterns onto white card stock paper then color them with crayons and laminate the front of each paper puppet then glue the puppet onto sticks (flat ones like tongue depressors available in any craft store) … and all stored neatly in a UniKeep binder!! How about a puppet show? “Three Billy Goats Gruff” or “Three Little Pigs” or … see how the list keeps growing??!!

Another binder will be the home for glove puppets. Made much the same as stick puppets except a Velcro dot is placed on the back of each puppet. Then small kid-sized gloves are prepared with the receiving Velcro dot on all four fingers and thumb. Another set of gloves for Mommy to use in storytelling and another set of gloves for Grammy. Hooray! Let’s tell a story!!!! Let’s use our glove puppets!!!! The largest UniKeep case binder is used for these teaching/learning units because the gloves are also kept ready and rearing to go!

Well, that’s all I’ve thought of so far and I’m sure more ideas will come along as I work with the multiple intelligences early childhood education. I can’t wait to see my granddaughter’s eyes when she opens a UniKeep binder to start a learning unit!!!!

Thanks, tons, for inventing such a marvelous product!
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