Organizing Kids School Papers

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Organizing kids school work starts by creating flow. Flow is a simple series of actions that keep paper moving in and out of your life for a lifetime. Flow is sustained in a busy home by helping kids understand their responsibilities and teaching them good organizational skills. Flow will help you find peace with  ever-growing collection of kids papers.

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