Keep Game Instructions In Binder

As a grad student, I find myself taking pieces out of miscellaneous children's games to use in therapy. At the end of the day, I have small plastic bags of pieces, some with instructions and original containers, some without. After a while, it becomes confusing.

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I decided to make a copy of the instructions for all the games and put them in a centrally located loose leaf notebook binder. If need be, I can make copies from this binder to include in the small bags. The miscellaneous pieces may not make it back to their original containers, but at least I have the instructions and the title of the games for reference and future clean up.

By Holly from Dallas, TX

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