I was thinking about creating file folder type games for the afterschool program I work at. However, I think it will be very expensive to pay for the laminating of them. Instead, I was thinking about purchasing some of that heavier-weighted paper that is used for resumes (in colors if they have it...I already have gray) and such and going ahead and designing the game on an 8.5 x 11 inch page, laminating it, hole punching, and placing them in a binder (Labeling/Categorizing them so I can label the pieces and put them all in a container too). Think this is a good idea? I am thinking of this because as summer comes up fall will be around the corner, and I would like them to have educational games to play while some work on homework. We don't always have enough of board games for the kids to all play. This way they can play individually or as a group and allow the others to concentrate on homework. I am mainly with the PreK-K kids, but my group could change so I might make it up to grade 3 or so.