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How To Organize Kid’s Toys

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How To Organize Kid's Toys

Is your house becoming overwhelmed with kid’s toys? If so, you might be looking for easier ways to organize them. Take a look below at some helpful tips on how to organize your kid’s toys. With just a little effort and planning, you can easily organize toys to make them easily accessible and much more pleasant to look at! Here is how you can get started!

1. Decide what to donate.
If there are any toys that haven’t been used in 6 months or more, it is time to donate them. Box them up and drop them off at the nearest collection bin. This seems difficult at first for kids, but just let them know that the toys are going to kids who can use them and love them as much as they did.

2. Decide what to trash.
Broken toys, toys with missing pieces, and other incomplete play things can be tossed. You will be surprised at how many of these toys are dwelling in the play bin. Sort through toys and discard any of these broken or unusable items.

3. Buy some bins!
Buy some bins from your local retail or dollar store. On each bin, place a label that identifies what is inside. You can use simple chalkboard labels or note cards for this step. Bins that are stackable or have lids are ideal, but not required.

4. Start sorting.
Now, take toys one at a time and decide what bin they will go in. Start filling each bin with the items they are designated to hold. This is also a great time to weed out anymore donation items or trash items.

5. Arrange bins for easy access.
Now is the time to arrange the bins for easy access. Place them low so they can be easily reached by children. Lining them up against a wall is ideal, along with an area rug and low chair for the children to enjoy the toys on.

6. Review the clean up routine.
Now that the toys are organized, it is time to review the clean up routine. Let children know that they are expected to return toys to their designated bin and demonstrate the behavior. Utilize the rule that if old toys aren’t put away, new ones can’t come out.

7. Spend five minutes cleaning each day.
At the end of the day, take 5 minutes to return toys to designated bins. This keeps the area tidy and you from getting overwhelmed.

Use these tips to keep your kid’s toys organized. They will make the job easier and make playtime more.

 

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