Saturday, May 7, 2011

Absentee Folders

Now that the year is winding to an end, I finally figured out that I needed something to keep papers in for students that were absent - took me a while to figure that out! :)  I made a couple of Absentee Folders to put everything in the day students are absent so I can hand the folder to them the next day instead of hunting for everything they missed.  I printed the folder covers and inside labels, laminated them and ran them through the xyron to stick them on.  Pretty easy!  Click on the pages below to download - both covers and inside labels included.  There are two versions so far:

Graphics/Fonts/Alphabets are from Lettering Delights and Scrappin' Doodles


  1. I saw these on Pinterest. They are adorable! Thanks for sharing. I'm now a follower!

  2. Love these! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Where did you get the font for the robot folder?

  4. super cute and great idea! thanks for sharing! my husband and I went to naples on our honeymoon last summer. we LOVED it! it was great, how lucky you are to teach there!

  5. I can't seem to get the download. What am I doing wrong?
    I am doing a robot theme this year, and I would love to make a folder like this.
    Thanks so much!

    1. I'm not sure - I just checked and it worked for me.

    2. Do you think you could email it to me?

    3. When I try to get the picture, I receive a message that says I don't have permission to access it. Below is what it tells me when I click, "Learn more."

      Unable to open a file
      If you're unable to access a file that you could open before, or if you can't access a file or folder that was shared with you, there are a couple of possibilities:

      The file owner hasn't granted you access to the file.
      You were removed from the list of people with access.
      The owner of the file deleted it.
      If you have the link to the file or an email where the file was shared, you can request access to it. Visit the URL, then click the Request access button on the page that says you don't have access.

      If you think you shouldn't be seeing this message, here are some things you can try:

      Make sure you are signed in to the correct Google Account — one of your accounts might have access, and another might not.
      Contact the person who shared the file with you to confirm that you have access and that you're visiting the correct URL.

  6. Cindy, would you please email me the file? I cannot get it to work for me for some reason.
    I would be so appreciative.

  7. Hi Cindy! Please allow me access to print this terrific "absentee folder" template. I'm using a Robot theme for my 3rd grade class this school year. Thanks!