I don't think we used sheet protectors at all throughout our binder, mainly because it seemed like too much time and effort for (what I viewed as) minimal, if any gain.Speaking of which (for binders in general) do you find sheet protectors to be useful? I tend to use them in Fossils because it helps me turn the pages, but I haven't done any other binder events before this year (well, I did Simple Machines but that doesn't really count; we used the binder ~3 times total in 2 years).My partner and I had about 700? pages (it was almost 3 inches worth of paper) of just straight up wikipedia. Given how fast paced nationals was I don't think the binder is that importantWhat do you think I should put inside the binder.
Can you show me some good resources?
However, when we did end up using our binder, some pages would get their holes ripped (from trying to turn like 500 pages at once really quickly lol), so I think that if you use your binder a lot, it could be useful to use sheet protectors on the most used pages. However, I think using them for all the pages can be expensive, time consuming, and a bit overkill.