I can hardly believe that my sweet little girl is starting kindergarten next year. I am excited for her, and a little sad for me. I will miss her being gone so much of the day but I know she is ready to begin this next stage of her life.
With preschool, I could hardly believe how many papers we got. Between newsletters, calendars, homework, library books and folders to keep track of…I needed a system to keep organized.
But I didn’t have one.
I managed to keep things in order, but I know next year will bring many more papers, much more homework and busy calendars, newsletters and library books to keep track of.
Thankfully, I have found the perfect solution! The Homework Caddy!
The Homework Caddy is a unique organizational tool that hangs perfectly on the back of my daughter’s bedroom door.
It includes a dry erase calendar, a dry erase marker, four organizational pockets, a clear pocket for a calendar and three other pockets for pencils / pens / markers etc.
I love that the Homework Caddy has enough pockets to organize homework, library books, folders and other papers that are sent home.
The clear pocket in the middle provides a perfect spot to store a school calendar or lunch calendar! And the dry erase board is the perfect place to write reminder notes and deadlines on.
I love that my daughter has a place to store all of her school items that isn’t my kitchen table.
And I really like that it provides great storage without taking up much space! Using vertical space is very effective and space efficient and that makes the interior designer in me a little giddy 🙂
I love that having a system like this teaches my daughter organizational skills as well as responsibility and accountability!
And my daughter loves that she has her own special spot for all of her school items!
The Homework Caddy comes in 4 cute styles to choose from:
We really enjoyed using The Homework Caddy the end of this year and we are both really looking forward to making the most out of it next year!
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