I’m back with another Tip Tuesday! (You can check out my previous Tip Tuesday #1 HERE)
Today i’m going to share with you my tip for storing completed homeschool paperwork.
Before i show you how i store our completed paperwork, i just wanted to let you know that my state doesn’t have any requirements for as far as keeping documents is concerned. However, i like to keep all the work my children have completed just in case.
Here is how i do it.
Once my kids have completed an assignment, they hand it to me and i grade it right away. Then i go over it with them if they got anything wrong, or just hand it back to them to turn in.
When they turn it in, they put it on this 3-tier desk shelf.
Once their shelf gets pretty full, then i empty it into our banker boxes.
I love these boxes. I’ve been using them for holding our completed homeschool paperwork for since 2015! The great thing about these boxes is, they can fit the entire school years worth of paperwork into one of them!
Then their shelf is empty and ready to be filled up again with more completed work.
So, to summarize my Tip Tuesday #2, if you want an easy way to store your child’s school work, use these awesome banker boxes!
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