Let us know how you organize your:
- Learning Materials and Curriculum
- Toys, Puzzles, and Books
- Craft Materials
- Home and Holiday Decor
- Kitchen Pantry and Cabinets
- Linen Closet
- Shopping Lists
- Meal Plans
- and anything else you've come up with!
If you've created a handy printable to help manage your life and stay on top of things be sure you link it up. Share your resources, talents, and ideas! Not a blogger? We will happily include your organizing tips if you send us a short description along with a photo☺
As always, we have a few things to share and get the party started!
Carissa at 1+1+1=1 shared her third grade planning sheets for the Calvert program and provides blank versions too.
Carissa also shared her preschool notebook and assessment tools.
The ladies at Nannygoat shares their ideas to make, "Dinnertime a breeze, grocery shopping more efficient, save money, AND have your kids love EVERYTHING you make for dinner...It is ALL about simplifying and making life (specifically dinnertime) pleasant... is that possible?!" Sounds good to us! We're in!
Can you believe this organizer at Get Your Crap Together was made out of cereal boxes?
Crafting with Katie (whoohoo we love to feature other Katies) used her Cricut to make this classroom job chart.
The Happy Scraps made these closet organizers for her kid's closets. We love being organized AND crafty!
Now it's YOUR turn! Ready, Set, Organize & Share!
The linky will be open through September so there will be plenty of time for you to hop on! Add a direct link to the post you want to share and please include a link back to this post☺
Don't forget to come back on September 10th for our Back to School Link Party! Find out more here.