Toy storage plays an important role in your kid's room. It keeps things organized and clutter free. And you shouldn't be the one who stores away all your kid's toys. Train your kid to keep his things away. But do it in a fun way like playing a game. This way, the room can be cleared faster and you have bonding time with your kid. Kids give better cooperation when you are not giving them instructions or commands.
Divide your child's shared bedroom into three obvious sections. You may choose to decorate each area in your child's chosen theme or divide the room with folding screen dividers. Each child should have a personal area with plenty of children's storage for toys, clothing, and other items. The remaining area should be a shared section of the room. The shared area may include an activity table or desk if there is not enough space in the separate areas, and should have kid's storage for shared toys and games.
Do yourself a favor and make it easy for everyone in the house to help you. Even toddlers can put their own clothes away if you simply lay pajamas flat instead of folding, use children's hangers instead of adult hangers, and have a separate bucket for socks and burp cloths. Lower your perspective and think about what would be easy on your child's level. Infant hangers and baby hangers are much easier to handle, plus they don't stretch and damage little clothes. Clothes that don't wrinkle, don't necessarily have to be folded or hung. Making daily tasks easier will make organization a lower maintenance job.
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