The Teachaholic: whiteboards! buy a pack of plastic sleeves and insert card stock (paper makes it too flimsy when they display their answer). use a ring clip to store them. You can even print lines or graph paper on the card stock if you find it useful.
Using a mind map is a great way to get your upper elementary, middle school, & high school students engaged in learning! It allows students to doodle while adding pictures & visuals to their work. It's an inspiring & logical way to engage students in note
End Of The Year Memory Books. Staple into paper folders for special binding and durability. I'd do this differently: have the kids write in it throughout the year and add drawings etc instead of at the end of the year