In late August, I decided to order a laminator for my classroom.
This one came with great reviews and an even better price:
The price does fluctuate. You can order here, because we all have things we need to laminate and save: https://amzn.to/2ErIpLD
Yesterday, one of my students mentioned she had found old recipes, written by her great-grandmother.
It’s December so it was time to get it out of the box, right? I told her to bring them in if she was allowed, and we’d laminate them together.
At lunch today, she read the directions, and we set up the laminator. It was easy to operate, and it warmed up quickly. A really nice feature is that it also “self-feeds” and produces a really nice finish.
As a teacher, I’ve used laminators that bubble, stick and just don’t work. Then, you risk ruining the things you are laminating.
My student’s great-grandmother’s recipes are now protected, and I’m excited to hear what her family thought when she brought them home.
The laminator has been great for the classroom posters I created that tend to get ruined and take time to recreate each year.
Also, I plan on laminating some student work for future examples.
For at-home use, I’ll be able to save artwork created by my kids.
If you do order the laminator, you’ll need to order the laminating pouches. They go on sale as well.
Order the extra laminating pouches here: https://amzn.to/2WKFOol
Please let me know if you order one and tell me how you use it.
I’ll share my laminating video to show just how fantastic this laminator works.
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