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    Default Old school books

    Do you keep them? I'm sorting through the kids stuff as I pack atm. I've come across so many old school books, certificates, and bits and pieces they've made and brought home.

    I put the certificates away for safe keeping but what about the rest? Do you keep them or throw them out?

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    Maybe keep the "firsts" and bin the rest? First math and writing books, and maybe if they do a journal or similar (I still have mine from primary school). Otherwise I'd bin the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jl81 View Post
    Maybe keep the "firsts" and bin the rest? First math and writing books, and maybe if they do a journal or similar (I still have mine from primary school). Otherwise I'd bin the rest.
    Yep, that's actually what I decided to do.

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