Case•It Binders: Helping Your Child Stay Organized

Prepare your child for the elementary school to middle school transition with Case•It binders and ease one area of stress for your child!

If there is but one thing that I could impress upon elementary school educators it is this – take the time to prepare your rising 6th graders for what middle school is going to be like.

My eldest was not prepared, and he had a really difficult time getting used to the new A/B day schedule, not being allowed to tote a backpack throughout the day, changing classes, and having to be prepared for class with what he would need. There is no “let me run to my locker and grab that quick” in middle school!

Beginning in 2013, our local elementary school that my boys both attended, requested that all of their 5th grade students use a Case•It zippered binder – and nothing else. Thankfully, they are sold locally and online so finding an appropriate binder for each of my kids is not a problem.

Let Me Introduce You!

I love Case•It Binders because they remind me of the TrapperKeepers I used when I was in high school. A little about the construction of these binders:

Kraft Board:  The infrastructure of our binders is made of Kraft board, which is manufactured from wood pulp and is used where high strength is required. Kraft board is more expensive than the industry standard, PE board which is a thin plastic that is prone to warping.

Dual-Rings:  These continue to be our most successful styles. By having two sets of rings, this unique design allows you to store twice as much as a standard ring binder. In addition, we include patent pending hold-down pages, which allow you to secure each side individually. This configuration can be found on Case•It’s Dual-100 and Dual-500 binders.

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Organizational Features:  Many of our products already include all the organizational components you need. Such as built-in 5 tab file folders, pencil cases, media pockets, and a variety of storage solutions.

Angled Zipper Gusset:  Our angled zipper gusset enables you to write freely without the gusset getting in your way.

Handle and Shoulder Strap:  Almost all of Case•It’s binders feature a handle and padded shoulder strap. This is just one more way Case•It is helping you to “make the grade.”

The Case•It Binder Pack

I’m absolutely thrilled that Case•It has introduced the binder pack this year, finally! My kids have been able to reuse their Case•It binders for several years but the backpacks? I’m lucky if I find one that will last three months, let alone the entire school year! So I’m thrilled to be able to tell you that there is finally a backpack that is as durable as the binder itself!

the binder pack

  • Binder is NOT included with purchase
  • Any accessories shown are NOT included or sold separately
  • Specially designed hide-a-way binder holder
  • Binder Holder stores away when not in use
  • Laptop pocket
  • Padded laptop pocket can be accessed from the top or side
  • Laptop pocket is raised off the bottom of the pack to help protect it when you put your pack down
  • Water bottle holder
  • Adjustable padded shoulder straps
  • Has a handle on top too
  • Pockets inside and outside to hold all your stuff
  • Drawstring to close the top
  • Constructed with durable 1680 D fabric
  • Has a handle on top too

Check out the full-range of products and accessories available from Case•It today. Remember at checkout to use Ambassador Sales Code AMBAUID4574. There’s always a great sale to be found at Case•It!

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  1. i have not heard of this brand and yes my 14 year old is not the most organized at all! the sock drawer only has socks and yes no way could you believe it

  2. Wish this company was around when I was in school. Maybe I would have been more organized!:)

  3. I will be doing some more research. My middle school son is the most disorganized person I know.

  4. Love this product! My daughter has used these binders for the last few years! She loves it and would not know what to do without it! Thanks for sharing!

  5. I am very nervous for when my daughter enters sixth grade! You are right – it is a huge change. Thank you for posting this – I found it extremely helpful!

  6. My children usually use just plain three ring binders for each of their classes. I think they would do better with the zip up binders so that they wouldn’t always be loosing their work.

  7. my children used the ‘trapper/keeper’ binders, and these seem like they are the new & improved versions!

  8. I never use one of this kind of binders, i love that it has a zipper no more paper falling out.

  9. I found this review helpful. I wish they would have had these binders around when my kids were in school.

  10. The Case It Binder looks awesome, I love how you can create your own binder. Thanks for the review!

  11. I have school age children that could really benefit from these wonderful binders and i learned where to find them 🙂

  12. These are the binders that I send my 3 boys to school with each year. I love them, because I don’t have to replace them several times a year, like some other brands. I have one that I use for my coupons as well, I love Case-it 🙂

  13. These binders from Case It are really nice. My fiance has 2 of them for organizing all of her coupons and my son has a smaller one for school. They are all built really good and have zippers to close them up. Hers even have carrying handles and shoulder straps.

  14. I’ve never heard of Case It but it looks very sturdy. I’m all for keeping everything in one place unfortunately my son’s middle school teachers all requested different things of them. Some want journal style books, some want folders, and some want binders like this. It’s very annoying. I would love to just have this for my son.

    • @jessicalodge:disqus I have had the same problem here with the elementary school. Thankfully, our middle school teachers understood the importance of helping the kids learn to be organized and “a place for everything and everything in its place” and its been a tremendous help! I wish all of the schools would get on board with helping to teach our kids organization and ALLOW THEM TO CHOOSE what works best for them.

  15. It is a,vast improvement over the old trapped keeper and holds more stuff. Nice job!!

  16. These binders are great in this day and age of so many types of tech gadgets our kids have today. But they are great for organizing adults lives too.

  17. I really like the binders for couponers! Although, I would need a really large one. I think I might design my own to hold my coupons with them.

    • I know it is difficult to distinguish from the photo – but these binders are HUGE Shannon. I really think you would have plenty of room – you’re just going to need a LOT more coupon sleeves lol! My two sons both had binders from Case•It for school – and they could fit six subjects worth of workbooks and handouts in their binders and *still* had room for pencil case and agenda and a section to hold an entire packet of blank paper for notes and such. They are REALLY roomy!

      • Are they strong enough to hold the weight? I have had a few binders, one ai paid $20 for and it lasted only 2 months before tearing.Thanks!

        • Oh heck yes! The boys have drop kicked theirs into their rooms, played hockey with them in the hallway, been squished between a metal bed frame and the wall … they are like Timex watches … take a licking and keep on ticking roflmao! Except for being a bit dirty looking – they are still in perfect condition and have lasted them the entire school year and we’ll be using them this coming school year as well!

  18. This review introduced me to a product company I had never heard of before!
    Jennifer Rogers

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