Keeping track of all your kids' school work throughout the year can be a daunting task. Especially if you have multiple kids.  There are countless papers that accumulate over time, and it can be challenging to keep everything organized. That's why I decided to share my method for storing my kids' school work, so you too can keep things neat and tidy for years to come.

First I purchased plastic scrapbook bins for each of my kids.  

The next step was to use my Cricuit machine to cut out their names and grades in vinyl
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The kids loved it because they got to choose the vinyl colors for their bins.  Being involved in the process made them more excited. 

I applied the vinyl to the front of each bin, so now they have cute, customized containers that they can save all their paperwork in. 

This is especially helpful if you have multiple children.  They are excited to help you organize so it's organized from the get-go rather than figuring it out later. 

Once the bins were ready, I designated a space in our homeschool room where they could be kept. I made sure that the area was easily accessible, so the kids could grab their bin whenever they needed to.

As the year goes on, the bins will fill up with papers, projects, and other school work.  Remember, you don't have to keep everything your child does but they do have larger bins if you do want to keep everything.  

With a little bit of planning and organization, you can keep everything neat and tidy throughout the year. 




Xx Jeni

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