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When your child receives something new, they should have to give one of their old toys to a thrift store, or a friend. It keeps clutter down to a minimum. It also teaches them to not overdo it as they get older.
To organize my girls smaller toys, I filled see through bins with the toys, took a picture with my digital camera of one or two of the items that were inside (for example) jewelry or little people. Then printed the pictures out on the computer. Then using contact paper I attached the pictures to the outside of the tub.
Now the girls know where things go (since they can't read yet), and there are no excuses when it is clean up time.
By Jennifer C.
The outside of the refrigerator makes a great Bakugan play area. Bakugans stick to the refrigerator with their magnets. You can line them up, battle them, and make them climb up the refrigerator.
When your kid is too old to play with Bakugans, use the Bakugans as refrigerator magnets.
By Vickie from Canton, MI