Feel free to check out this video below for how I set up and organized my binder station.
Binder Section Materials shown in this Video:
Signs: PCI Environmental Print Series - this blog post explains how I use this curriculum
Say & Glue: Say & Glue for Language and Listening - I *think* this is the same book, if not it's very similar. You can download free samples to try before you buy!
Edmark: I love their functional word series. I've been using it a lot more this past year as I've gotten students who are able to recognize words easier.
Social Skills Readers: Getting Along with People - it's a little outdated...but still has some good concepts that we work on while reading these!
Form: Personal Info Practice - Includes various levels for different students, to include matching, tracing, or copying.
Writing: Download an ABC tracing font and create handwriting sheets on Microsoft word! Or use journals (linked below)
Binder Section Materials I have added since:
Journals: I print off a pack of journals for each student depending on their level. Then they also grab the folder with the classroom sample journals in order to complete their journal.
Money Worksheets: I use these simple bill identification worksheets for my students who are still learning the difference between a $5 and a $10 bill. There are also coin ID worksheets available!
Life Skill Math Worksheets: Students complete these differentiated math worksheets one each day after completing a hands-on activity on topics of money, sizes, directions, more/less, and time.
Also, see this post for the aide descriptions of each station in my classroom including this binder station!
Update: I now organize our binders differently and don't have a "binder work" station anymore. As the needs of my students changed and I was able to introduce more group-type of work (such as my journals), I changed our binders to a morning routine/work thing which I will explain soon!