I have made it a habit to look at everything my daughter does at school but only keep the big projects or things that show her progress and personality (like an about me questionnaire). If I kept everything I would need an entire room dedicated to her art work. I don't have a refrigerator big enough to display it all!
So I reached out and found a few fun things to do with all that art work.
This is how my sister deals with the art work in her house. (She has twins in 1st grade! She must have been drowning in crayon drawings!) A simple string on the wall with clothespins or even paper clips allows each kid to hang their work and lets my sister rotate often.
Clipboards are an easy and cheap way to display and rotate work. Just hang a few on a wall and every time a new one goes up, and old one comes down.
If you are looking for a little more stylish look DynamicFrames sells these great frames. They look beautiful on the wall and open easily to change the art work. It is also deep enough to hold 50 sheets.
If you can't bear the thought of throwing anything your child creates away, you can try to organize and keep everything. A trip to your local office supply store should do the trick. A big binder and some sheet protectors can help. If you have the space you can keep a binder for each school year.
Tell us what do you do with all that art work?