First, inspect your child’s toy and book collection. How many toys and books can your child comfortably enjoy? Keep the rest out of sight since having everything accessible can be over stimulating. Pack the extras away in storage baskets or tubs, and rotate toys when the child seems to be getting bored with the current selection. Keep a few of their very favorite toys and books in their room.
Secondly, how accessible is the existing toy and book supply? Inaccessibility is a primary reason things do not get put away or used. Shelves should be lower so children can reach them, and hooks hung low are easier to use. Reserve high spaces for rarely used items or for toys and books on rotation. Drawers should slide in and out easily, and should be easily opened and closed by small hands. And finally, we invite you to take advantage of our expertise to help you make sense of your child’s toy chaos!
First of all, you will want to schedule a FREE consultation with our designer at your home. You can call (215) 855-4400 or complete our easy-to-use CONTACT FORM. Because your kids won’t stay little very long! And, the habits they learn as children will stay with them their entire lives. As a result, let’s teach them to be organized!
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