If you have kids, then you probably have Legos. And if you have Legos, then you probably have Lego instruction books floating around your house, getting bent and torn and lost. I have a solution for you!
I have four kids, and massive amounts of Lego sets, so my husband and I came up with this method of keeping our Lego instruction books nice and neat and organized. I’ve noticed that my kids play with their Legos more, now that they each have their own organized binder of instruction booklets. Pretty cool little bonus! This method also can be used to organize other toy booklets as well, such as Lincoln Logs, etc. So here’s what you’ll need…
- Sheet Protectors
- Page Dividers
- Labels or Label Maker (optional)
- Piece of 12×12 Card Stock (optional- for cover)
- Letter Stickers (optional- for cover title)
At first my husband and I laminated each page of some of our books, but after paying $50 at Office Depot for only a couple of books to be laminated, we decided to change our plan. Now we use the sheet protectors instead, which are actually easier because you don’t have to punch the holes in the pages like you did with the laminating.