Do you have a homework monster in your home? The kind that eats the school papers leaving them nowhere to be found? We have one! My son has a habit of misplacing his homework and then gets super frustrated when he can’t find it. Last year I had him keep his homework and pencil in . . . . .
This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Office Depot, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #inspirestudents http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV. I have a confession. I’m a bit obsessed with back to school supplies….tee, hee! I buy an excess amount of glue, crayons, markers, and notebooks each year . . . . .
Of course you want to keep all those precious Photo Cards people send you for Christmas, birthdays, birth announcements, etc….. this is a cheap way to keep/organize all of them! I personally have only seen albums of this size where they only hold not a lot of photos. This is my solution and I can . . . . .
Use an empty egg carton to store golf balls! My toddler painted his. Kids could also have fun adding glitter or stickers to it as well. For the inside, I put tiny drops of different colored paint in all the different spots. My son started off using a pint brush and then decided fingerpainting would . . . . .
I needed a place to store all of my son’s painting supplies. I had an empty bucket leftover from the modeling clay that was the perfect size for this use. I thought it would be fun to get him involved in the project so I let him paint around the outside of the container. This . . . . .