As we head into the Fall season and more importantly Back to School, there has been more and more discussion around how education methods are changing, particularly how it relates to the use of textbooks vs technology. As our lives become more intertwined with the digital world, so does education with less textbooks being printed and more resources becoming available exclusively online…but is it really for the better?
If you’re shopping for your college dorm, we’ve put together a few items that you might want to add to your list. We have a little bit of everything, with ideas for functional items that can help you stay organized this fall, as well as DIY ideas for your dorm and ways to make it your own.
Start the new school year with the goal of staying organized and on top of your homework. Keeping a class schedule and a list of homework assignments are two simple ways you can keep on top of things when the semester starts getting busy. Try out our free printables below.
Kate’s Place is a non-profit social program that provides a safe and friendly environment for developmentally delayed teens and young adults in Moorestown, New Jersey. The program is designed to be a place where those who are not able to be on their own have the ability to socialize, build special friendships, and enjoy each other’s company without feeling out of place…
We are so honored that teachers like you choose our products to create fun and functional learning environments for your students. It is a privilege to support you in your teaching efforts, and to thank you we are launching our new Teacher Appreciation Club.
Nicole Hatcher from FrugalChicLife is a money coach dedicated to helping people manage their finances and achieve financial freedom. She recently transformed our DocIt 4 Pocket Binder into a home management binder. In her Youtube video she showcases all of the features that make DocIt such a functional and versatile product.
It may be still summer, but before you know it it will be time to start preparing for back to school. To help, we’ve come up with a timeline with some simple tips that will keep you organized and get your kids excited for the first day of school.
One thing we love to do is look at all the different trends going on in the market, especially when it comes to print/pattern and color trends. We take all the visuals we see, create mood boards and use it for inspiration to develop new products each season. Because we have so much fun doing this research, we wanted to share with you some of the 2019 pattern trends that we love and that helped inspire our new DocIt products!
Camp No Worries is an overnight summer camp created to give children who have or have had cancer and their siblings an opportunity to relax, enjoy themselves and forget about their troubles for one week every summer.
Keeping the kids occupied while on the road can be a challenge, so DocIt is here to help. Create a road trip binder full of activities for kids with these free printables.