Teach Your Children the Joy of Having a Clutter Free Bedroom
Do you think a clutter free bedroom for your child is a pipe dream? Having children at home does not have to be synonymous to mess. In this post, we will explore 12 tips to keep your child's bedroom neat and clean so you can make every day a clutter free day even with kiddos!
12 tips to make your child’s bedroom clutter free
- Divide your child's bedroom by areas such as TV corner, study, reading, and play. This way, it will be easier for your child to put things away and where they belong.
- Donate toys and clothes on a regular basis. This will make room for new things and more importantly teach your child the importance of helping others.
- Separate clothes by season. Summer clothes should be easy to find during summers and should be stored elsewhere when the season changes.
- Buy a shoe rack or designate a place in the closet just for the shoes, so you never have to run around looking for a missing shoe again.
- Put a laundry basket in your child's bedroom or bathroom so they learn not to mix dirty clothes with the clean ones.
- Buy low height furniture such as shelves and drawers as they are ideal for your child to easily pick up their toys.
- Use bins that can be stored under the bed or inside cabinets. The material can be plastic, which is not only cheaper but is easier to clean.
- Store the toys that are not regularly used in higher places.
- Put labels on boxes, chests, and drawers. Picture labels are fun and make putting away stuff a breeze for your child.
- Use hooks to hang backpacks and bags.
- If you do not have a bookcase, take advantage of spaces in the headboards to store books. Being able to find their books in one spot will encourage your child to read more.
- Put a desk in your child's room for studies. This will help them learn to divide the time between homework and play.
What are some other ways you deal with clutter from your children? Please post your ideas in the comment section below.
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