Kids love to put their fingers in places where they shouldn't be that's okay because that is how kids explore their world. This is why you have to check for yourself if the storage boxes for kids that you're buying has slats small enough for his fingers to get stuck on. Kids love to rough house, poke, push, and run around each other and sometime later one falls on himself. So buy boxes that have smooth and rounded edges so that in case he banged his head on the box while playing there will be no injuries.
Keeping the convenience factor in mind, figure out where you want to organize. Don't make the mistake of creating plenty of space for toys all over the kids' rooms if the kids' toys are always all over the den. Your best bet for keeping a space organized is to provide easy access areas for toys to go. You'll have much more success in getting help from your family if you place your buckets, bins, toy boxes and shelves very near where they will usually be playing with these things.
Dress up Armoires: These can be purchase online or at particular toy or furniture stores. Call around to see if any stores near you carry them so you can see what they look like. Typically these have hooks, drawers, and mirrors assembled on them in a child-friendly way. Pros: Organized, visually appealing, easy to use. Cons: Often expensive, difficult to find.
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