Here's an example of what the sheets look like.
I've also included an editable template for a gradebook or checklist that you can use to assess your students' answers.
If you prefer another color for the covers, I've included a black and white version that you can print on colored paper.
Here's how I'm organizing my Wrap Ups:
I got a 2 inch binder with a clear view front. I put the title page on the front and the spine inserts on the spine. The spine inserts are easier to insert if you print them on cardstock.
I printed the section headers and put them in my notebook. I used some of that new pretty Scotch tape to show the different sections. You could also use labels or tabs. I'll probably add tabs later but I didn't have any at home.
I copied the sheets and put them in clear sheet protectors. I ran off a copy of one to show you how I'm going to organize it. I chopped each page in half. I put the top prompt in the front of the sheet protector and the bottom prompt in the back.
Now I'm partly ready for those drop in observations!
You can check out these out by clicking on any of the images or clicking here.