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By Brandi Broxson
September 08, 2017
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Stow your child's number-two pencils in this handy three-in-one plastic container. The lid includes a built-in pencil sharpener, and the bottom twists off to store erasers and other small supplies. To buy: $9; officedepot.com.
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CRG2 Stow-It Storage Container

Stow your child's number-two pencils in this handy three-in-one plastic container. The lid includes a built-in pencil sharpener, and the bottom twists off to store erasers and other small supplies.

To buy: $9; officedepot.com.

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RIF6 Cube

Screen movies or share vacation photos with this two-inch portable wonder. It easily connects to phones, laptops, tablets, and gaming consoles to project a 120-inch display onto a wall or other surface.

To buy: $250; amazon.com.

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Port and Polish Pillbox

Discreetly store prescriptions or vitamins in a case no bigger than an iPhone. Includes inset mirror, seven-day compartments, and a top cover that closes snugly.

To buy: $15; portandpolishco.com.

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Wet/Dry Cordless Vacuum

Save on paper towels with this lightweight lithium wet/dry hand vacuum. Perfect for gooey messes, it can hold up to six ounces of liquid.

To buy: $45; amazon.com.

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Saint Olio Cleaner

This all-natural option gets its cleaning power from essential oils (like grapefruit and spruce) and castile soap. It works on countertops, floors, and just about anything else. Comes in three spa-like scents.

To buy: $20; ofakind.com.

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SI Play

Manage your child's sports league like a pro with this free app. Coaches and parents can sign up to schedule practices, update game scores, and even figure out who's on snack duty. After the game, parents can upload photos and videos to share with other families in the league.