Organizing Toys

Store the majority of your child's toys in plastic see-through bins, tubs or clearly labeled boxes in the attic or basement. Store the child's other toys in their room in the bins in a closet. Painlessly and quickly rotate the toys often. Just grab a bin from the attic or basement and switch with the bedroom toys. If you have very young children, you can minimize the clutter by storing toys on a high shelf for adults only. When the child wants a toy to play with, they can easily point it out. Don't forget to replace it with one that is already out.


Note: The tubs and bins tip works well for pantry items as well to stay organized.

Note: Have separate "treat" bins and "snack" bins; having more nutritional items in the "snack" bins, which would be used more often that the "treat" bins.

By duckie-do from Cortez, CO


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