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    Backpacks and papers organized by cork framed boards.

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      Here's a fun idea for a house full of kids. Each child gets a framed cork tile with their initial and a hook for their backpack. Use the mini cork boards for keeping track of each child's responsibilities and activities. -- Organize Entryway: The Tailored Nook.

    • Jessica Lyzenga

      For older kids...a bulletin board for each child's papers/artwork and a hook for backpack, coat, etc. love this idea! #organization #home #kids #family #school

    • Jenn F

      Organize the kids for school, backpacks and papers. perfect for in a mud room :)

    • Amanda Roan Covert

      Mudroom idea. Kids organization for school.

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