Favorite Schoolwork & Artwork Memory Box
Have you ever wondered what you should do with your kid’s favorite schoolwork and artwork that they bring home? Like the math facts test that they got a 100% on the first time? Or the certificate for them competing in the spelling bee? Or that drawing they did that was just precious? If you have ever wondered what to do with those, here is your answer. You can make each kid a “Memory Box” to store it in. I have 6 kids so I have 6 memory boxes. Only 4 are currently being used because I have a 2 year old and 3 year old that are still solely home with me.
You only need to buy 3 things to make these. (Or only 2 if you would rather hand write the labels instead of using a label maker). 🙂
- Clear boxes. I bought these. (You can find them in other quantities, but I needed 6 so I bought this set of 5 plus one more).
- File Folders
- Label Maker
These are SO easy to make! Simply print off your labels (Kindergarten-12th Grade. I also added Pre-K and MDO to a few of my kid’s that did those). Insert your labels into the file folder tabs and then stick the file folders in the box. Voila! Easy peasy and all done!
And, if you want the super cute label with your kid’s name on it, you can purchase that here for just $3.00! I will customize it with your child’s name and email it back to you. Simply print it off, stick it in the front, and you are set!
Now when your child brings home that cutesy artwork, or that meaningful paper, stick it in the appropriate grade file, and keep and treasure for years to come!