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Photograph your child's artwork and the app will tag it with their name & grade. When you have enough pix turn it into a book or other items!!

The Artful Parentfrom The Artful Parent

21 Ways to Display Kids Artwork

21 Ways to Display Kids Artwork - Great ideas for modern families!

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Now, That's Quotable!

kids quote book-I just may have to get this!

This is a brilliant way to document your child at every birthday and half birthday! Kids grow and change so fast, this is something everyone will love to look back at and remember! She has attached the fabulous printable so all you have to do is print and interview!

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Cheap Graduation Gift Idea: Signed Dr Suess Book

This is most meaningful graduation gift. And it cost less than $20. Have your child's teacher leave a little note each year and give the book to your child when they graduate.

Skinny Momfrom Skinny Mom

7 Holiday Kids' Crafts that Double as Grandparent Gifts

so cute! frame their artwork with a picture of them painting it.

For kids to put in pockets in big crowds. Iphone app to track them if you get separated. Also uses GPS to track your keys, phone, dog, etc. Genius!

The Vergefrom The Verge

BiKN locater for iPhone tracks RF-tagged objects around the house (hands-on and pictures)

Stick this device in your child's pocket (or attach it to a belt loop) and the Iphone app will track exactly where your child is. It also beeps so you can hear it when you're close. Love!

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Join Peter's Clutter Crew and Get Your Home Organized

Take digital shots of your child's art work, then upload to Shutterfly to make a picture book. You can toss the piles of old artwork, but save the book.

iMomfrom iMom

20 Pillow Talk Questions for Your and Your Child

20 Questions to ask your children when you're putting them to bed to help develop your relationship.

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Mini Masterpieces (the photobook)

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When you tell a child "no", "stop that", "don't do that" all day, they start tuning you out. Try these instead. Love this article.

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.)

Destination Domestication: Kid Boxes- This will be a great solution to all of our school paper problems. Neat, condensed, and a separate file for each year of school. Bonus: Files for church, scouts, health records. Great idea! AND they stack!