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    • Chrissie Wainright

      Teacher gift idea: memory jar There are several great ideas on this page, a photo book, a customized notebook, butterfly art, and thumbprint tree

    • Jo Gaskin

      Memory Jar...such a good idea for 2014: Every few days, jot down something that made you laugh or smile. On New Year’s Eve, empty out the jar, unfolding each paper and reading them one by one.

    • Susan Becherer-Glass

      Memory Jars... what a great way to start the New Year! Take a jar and use it all year round to hold family memories. The idea is to drop things in the jar all year long - movie tickets, notes, report cards, etc. At the end At the end of the year, say on New Year’s Eve, you open the jar and reminisce. | Daily Dish with Foodie Friends Friday

    • Dawn Fleissner Rodgers

      Memory jar - keep a jar and some paper handy and family members can write down things that made them laugh or just a sweet memory throughout the year. Take them out and read them New Years Eve. Fun idea. Then u could keep the jars over the years and go back and read them years later.

    • A S

      A family memory jar: Memories, the creating and sharing of them, are the glue that holds a family together. Treasuring the moments you spend together is one of the most important things you can do. Make a memory jar by writing key moments down on notepaper and adding them to the jar. At our place, we read back over the notes on new year’s eve, remember the year that was and planning the year ahead. A lovely tradition that gives meaning to new year’s in a family kinda way.

    • Keri Johnson

      A Memory Jar, fun idea for the new year!

    • Amy Sue Koteskey

      Teacher gift idea: memory jar

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