Well, it is that time of year… you know, when school ends! I am excited and sad at the same time!!!
Today, I am going to show you how I organized all my daughter’s school papers.
Welcome to Week 14 of our Organize your Life series!
I am following the book Organize Now! for my weekly posts but today (because school ends tomorrow), I will show you what I did this week instead of my weekly challenge.
I already showed you here, how I keep a file for each child. Each day, when Grace brought home her work, I would hang them on the fridge. After that, I would save them in her file.
Yesterday, she brought home a bag of artwork and worksheets from school so I thought we would make our binder.
I took out everything that I had and we got to work!
I picked up some sheet protectors (to protect her work) and a new binder.
We started to fill the sheets.
It was a lot of fun looking through everything! :)
I LOVED this Mother’s Day Poem that her class made for us Moms! :)
Grace really liked helping me and looking at all of her work too!
Since her favorite color is pink, we used pink scrapbook paper to decorate the binder.
I also printed out a K (for kindergarten) and her name.
Now, we have a nice binder to look at.
I love this one picture…
Grace LOVES her book and she has looked at it a million times already, ha!
My challenge for you this week is to make a keepsake binder, box or something like that for your children/grandchildren’s school work and post to here!
I can’t wait to see them! :)
Please post up your organizing project of the week below!
Have a great day! :)