As a younger student, I always thought it was so cool that the older kids had school lockers! As I would walk past on my way to lunch or recess, I thought of how I would organize and decorate my locker when I finally got one! I remember the first day of junior high and how I was so excited to get a locker of my very own.
In high school, boys would get angry and punch the steel lockers. I always thought that was one of the dumbest things to do, what good will hurting yourself do?
Now it seems that there are lockers everywhere you go, in the Kindergarten classroom, at the gym, and even at the local waterpark!
Each of my children have a foot locker in their bedroom and it is where they keep all of their "special" items that they want to keep safe. My son has his filled with sports cards and memorabilia, while my daughter has hers filled with dolls and stuffed animals!
Lockers are the ideal storage solution and space-saver! Whether at home or in the classroom, being able to maximize space and keep things organized is essential! We have a cubby system in our playroom, and it is the perfect way to keep my children's toys neat and organized. In addition to keeping the space tidy, it also makes finding their toys quick and easy.
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