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  • Andrea Drake

    For scissors, glue sticks, crayons, and the like, Lucite or other plastic containers provide smart storage and consolidation (no more forcing crayons back into a disintegrating cardboard box to make a matched set). Kids can easily see what each container holds, and they can find the right shade of green at a glance and put back what they’ve taken out when they’re done.

  • Ruthie Kohrman

    Clear organizers for kid craft room!

  • Jessica Rosas

    Organizing Idea for Kids Art Supplies

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