**UPDATE - I finally got a big enough binder that I am only using one binder and not two! But I am still organizing it the same way.
In the past month, I have been stopped almost every time I am in the store and asked about my binders that I keep my coupons in.
This is a very quick and rough video explaining how I organize my coupons.
I buy anywhere from 4-10 Sunday papers a week, depending on the coupons. I have one delivered to my house, I also "steal" my parents inserts! On Saturday's they sell the early edition Sunday paper, this one has the coupons in it. If I get lucky my $1 store has them for only $1 on Saturday, if I don't get there in time I have to run over to Walmart and pay $1.75. I will sit in the store and look through the coupons to decide how many papers I want to buy. If they have lots of Buy one get one free items or coupons I like I get more. You can also go online and google "Smart Source" and "Red Plum" to find out ahead of time what coupons will be in the paper.
I use a binder and baseball card holders. I cut each coupon out and file them by sections of the store. I put the binder on the spine in the child seat and walk through the store flipping to that section as I am in each aisle.
These are the tabs I use in my grocery binder: Dairy, boxed, frozen, drinks, snacks, canned and jars, deli, non-food, animals, Mom and baby, baking, cereal, cleaning, paper goods, bread and vegetables. These are the tabs I have in my cvs binder: shaving, lotion and body wash, teeth, deodorant, shampoo and hair, make up, and pharmacy.
I try and go to the store without kids late at night. I NEVER go between 3-8pm with kids, it is a nightmare! If I go in the morning with my little ones or if I have to take all of them I always give them a job to do. The older kids hold coupons, all of them can help me look for items even the little ones. I try to make it fun for everyone or I end up yelling!
Many times I have had a bigger child push a cart while I shop, or even each of us push a cart if there are specific deals going on where I have to go through the checkout multiple times. Kids are smart and they want to help, it keeps them busy and makes them feel important. I try and have them use their math skills and figure out the prices in their heads.
If you have any specific questions please ask, when I have a chance to make a better video and include everything that I forgot I will!