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New School Year. New Schedules. Get them Organized

posted by Sarah on September 15, 2010 | print article | e-mail to a friend
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  • Shantique

    I like #5. I have two little one in daycare. They come home with all sorts of “artwork” each day. Anything that is simple scribble gets a “Oh, how pretty, honey!” then a dump in the trash! Anything that was made using their hands or feet I always keep (loved the turkey made with my daughter’s hands as the feathers when she was just 5 mos old…it made a great centerpiece on the Thanksgiving table!) and anything that truly is pretty or interesting gets kept as well. Right now I use your School.File to keep the treasures for the year. Some of them get used as gifts for the grandparents, some decorate my cube at work and some hang on the coveted spot on the fridge. Then I have a box for each child and anything left over goes in there to start fresh for the next year!

    It never occurred to me to take a picture of my child with a bigger (aka messier) project so that is a GREAT suggestion! Without this I might have had an attic full of volcanoes by the time my kids were teenagers!

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