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#1 of 4 Old 05-13-2010, 04:47 PM - Thread Starter
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What do you keep school stuff in? What works well AND is inexpensive? Especially for things that can't just fit into a binder, like artwork and such (whether on regular size paper or larger/longer paper)?

I have heard of using pizza boxes, especially if you can get brand new ones. I thought this was a great idea, but then long construction paper doesn't fit in them.
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I put things into a plastic tote box.There are so many shapes and sizes.For us that is what works best. I just have to stop saving everything.
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That sounds like a prefect thread topic, "How not to save every. single. thing. they do."
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I taped together two large posterboards with duct tape. Keep the big pieces in there....and at the end of the year, I figure out what to keep.

Welcome to the Real World she said to me, condescendingly, take a seat. Take your life; plot it out in black and white.
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