Schooling Keepsakes


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Schooling Keepsakes

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These days will be gone in a flash! Be purposeful in remembering these moments. Here is an easy way to record 1st and Last Day of School memories! Get the FREE printable at sisterssuitcasebl...

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Go way beyond the typical book report with these 20 great ways to get kids to interact with text...good for any grade!

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keep a sample of child's handwritten name every school year .

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Room Mom - where you can find ideas for all your school needs

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Birthday Questions - every year on their birthday you ask the same questions and see how their answers change over the years! Add a pic and make a book out of it.

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I WILL own this!!

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your kiddos artwork :: photographed & shrunk

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Write down the funnier moments of the day. When the kids say something particularly worthy of recording, jot it down and add it to the jar. Read them on New Years Eve.

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A fantastic way to keep up with each school year! I will start this!

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Greatest "yearly" summary ever!

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Kindergarten Ideas

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This is a great idea - when kids outgrow their favorite little toys, put them in a shadowbox - room decor and keepsake! Not sure Toby will ever outgrow cars though....

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Great idea... trace hand every first day of school.

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Empty frames to place kids art in!

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They love their art displsyed

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Super cute. Instead of saving EVERY SINGLE thing your child comes home with, take pictures of them & make a collage.

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