23 January 2006

Pocketmod for printable, portable entertainment

Karina shared an excellent find:

Pocketmod is a portable organizer you can customize for everyday use, print it on a single page and fold it so that it becomes a tiny booklet you can put in your pocket or purse. There are several pages to choose from, and I made one for my 4 yo with just dots and tic-tac-toe pages, so if I need to entertain him away from home, like waiting in line,  we have this little game to play with. No worrying about losing an expensive toy, just trash or recycle when done.

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One of Julie Morgenstern's key concepts is organize around the way you are, not the way you want to be; if you kick your shoes off at the door, that's where you should have some form of shoe organizer, for instance. That's why I like the idea of PocketMod [Read More]

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This is WAY cool! I used to do something like this in Word called my "Second Brain"... I'm printing out a test page right now!

I fold up a blank little book for my kindergartener and use it to keep track of "tickets" for computer time - that is one of the ways we make sure that there's no fighting about how much time he gets online and when it happens.

(he likes the pictures of japanese food on Flickr)

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