If you’re a parent, you already know how hard it can be to keep kids toys organized. There are the favorite toys that always seem to be played with and left on the floor, but there are also those toys that your child has probably lost interest in or has outgrown. As your child reaches school age, they are more than ready to help you sort through the mess and decide which items should go and which items they’d like to keep. If you want a great incentive to help them part with those broken toys or the ones they never play with anymore, consider letting them choose a couple of new toys to replace those that are being discarded or given to charity.
With some bins along one wall or stackable crates, you can help your child learn how to organize their things. This can be a fun project and it will teach an important life skill that will help them be more efficient as they get older. After all, it’s important to be able to find the things you need, when you need them; even if it’s just a favorite toy.