If your preschooler is anything like mine they come home with PILES of artwork daily, and most of it very "abstract".
Taking a page from the wonderful book, Beautiful Oops!, my favorite post-preschool game is "What do your paintings look like today?" Occasionally I will attempt to interpret her art by outlining her work, bringing her pictures to life. (WARNING--before you "ruin" your child's artwork you should consult with the little mastermind first. I got in big trouble the first time I did this without permission!) It's a fun way to collaborate and be imaginative together while debriefing the day (and they seem to make their way into a frame rather than the recycling bin)!
*Note: Another great idea recommended to us by preschool was to save some of the bigger paintings and use them as wrapping paper.*
What do you do with your child's artwork (other than filing it in the recycling bin)?