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Organizing School Papers

As we approach the end of another school year, you might be wondering what to do with all of the papers and projects from the year.  (Or, maybe you don’t wonder because you’ll be promptly filing them in the circular file.)  If you are more of a saver, here are a couple of ideas.

A clean, empty pizza box is nice and flat and probably won’t hold too much (a good feature for those tempted to keep everything.)  Label the box with the child’s name and year of school. Another plus is that the boxes will stack tidily in the attic.

A large paper file box like this is also handy:
Click to her blog for some free printables.
A closely related idea is these plastic bins, labeled for each child:

Are you a saver or a tosser? How do you store special papers from your child?

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