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Make one for each child and then add hanging folders that say "Pre-K through 12th grade" save things that come home during each school year (report cards, drawings, certificates, good grades, etc.) Love this idea

A box for each kid K-12 ... I had a professional organizer at my house (what a treat!) and she suggested this system for pictures and papers, etc. 1st year, 1-2, 2-3, 3-4, pre-K, K, 1st grade - 12th. So simple, but so brillant.

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Write your child a letter each year and add some $ to the envelope. Then give your child all the envelopes for graduation. A keepsake and some cash!

Never thought of doing it this way. Chore System for Kids! Visual impact with $ incentives! When the girls are older.

Kids' Keepsake Boxes Categories: - Birthday Cards - Report Cards - Artwork - School Pictures - Toddler - Preschool - 1st – 12th Grades (1 file for each) - Academic Awards - Athletic Awards - Dance - Cheer - Sports - Theater - Misc Awards - Gymnastics

OMG, i would have done this~ Reminders & backpacks - great idea! Also cute to pin report cards and other achievements, artwork etc.

this playhouse is made out of a CARD TABLE!! A cute tutorial for a post office and tree stump too! :) of course I would

Have each teacher secretly sign and leave a message in "Oh, the Places You'll Go" from Pre-K to High School at the end of each year. Then give it to the kid at graduation. So sweet!

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Gro clock

"Stay in bed until you see the sun!" Parents set the clock to display a cheerful smiley sun at progressively later times of morning, training the child to get up only once they “see the sun”. What an awesome clock!!!

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Organize child's school work.

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DIY Personalized Card Holder

Kid card holder for family game night. YES!!! #Brandy Wirstrom #Angela Behymer