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How to re-organize your kids' puzzles.


This was our puzzle mess the other day. Hidden away in a closet. This is also after having purged our puzzle collection- passing some down to the boys’ younger cousins.


So I was on Pinterest one day and found a couple cool ideas for re-organizing our puzzles. One idea was pretty and colorful but was size-limited and would have cost a little money. The other idea was ziplock bags and I already had those on hand! Some of our puzzles are the large floor type.ย 


So I pulled out my Hefty School bags. I got these somewhere for $1 I think and I can’t remember where. I don’t usually notice them at the store so I don’t even know if you can still buy them, anyone?ย  You could try the Hefty Gallon Size if needed. For my smaller puzzles I used the Hefty quart-sized Food Storage Bag .


Store puzzles in ziplock bags.


And then I filled a basket I already had on hand!


Store puzzles in a basket.


This basket sits beside our homeschooling 9-cube organizer shelf we bought from Target. You can find where I got theย  Cleveland Indians storage baskets here.



And that’s it!

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Tracy Zdelar

Owner/Editor at Hall of Fame Moms
Tracy writes about homeschooling and just about anything related to family life in Ohio here on the blog. Strong honest views will surface from time to time on topics related to truth, faith and freedom. **Check out my notebooks and Bible Memory Coloring Notebook workbooks for Adults & Teens by clicking my name.