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[Holiday Gift Series] School Years

posted by Taz Tagore
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School Years: A Keepsake Box for School Memories
By Chronicle Books

Gifting Review: As you can probably tell from past reviews, I’m a sucker for gifts that include or involve the whole family.  After all, every gift under the tree cannot escape the little fingers eagerly wanting to explore all the new objects that appear on Christmas morning.

This gift is perfect for parents who like to scrapbook or journal. It is a box that includes all the ingredients for a successful documenting of a child’s school years, but without the extraordinary effort required to scrapbook.

The kit includes a binder for keeping photos, art work and other items created by school age children.  There is a journal, stickers for labeling and plenty of space for reflections.

In my view, this gift fills the void that comes after your baby is a child.  There are so many pregnancy and baby journals but so few options for when children grow up.

I recommend this for parents with children under the age of 10.



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