Those are the usual shots I take.
After 3 years of schooling Tiger, I have to admit that
I'd amassed quite a large collection of things.
It is still not much by American standards but by local standards,
I still scare a lot of people.
The following pictures aren't pretty but just to give you a rough idea on
how I organize the kids' school stuff. Minus the clothes, shoes, toys and outdoor things.
So, don't blink because I am only going to show them this one time.
My knick knack drawers.
Bought during sales from Giant solely for this purpose.
I keep it just outside the room.
In knick-knacks, I store all the tiny things that will go missing otherwise.
This is also known as the choking hazard drawer.
I love these little containers from IKEA
This set, I stole from my mother since she wasn't using them wisely.
I love the transparent part which allows me to identify each one quickly.
We have golf tees, mini erasers, bento sticks, glass beads, mini colour sticks,
googly eyes, mini straws, etc
I find it easier to store in ziploc.
Space saving too
This is the drawer for the containers, cups, plates, spoons
If you are thinking, that cannot be ALL of her things.
You are absolutely right! Haha!
The study is also my home office, where I am slave to more paper trails,
usually in the middle of the night.
I use a dish rack to sort my mails/bills/letters.
On the wall is Tiger's model student chits :)
Under the table:
Too big a space to waste!
The craft box is just bugging me.
and more here; next to my table.
Last but not least,
this eye sore above the cupboard
The puzzles, brain games, grolier bags, etc
The covered gray areas are my personal and work-related folders.
Most left: Early readers
Center: Workbooks and teacher's stuff
On the right: Stationery and papers
I forgot the pocket charts behind the door!