The holiday decorations are put away, the kids are back in school and life is getting back to the normal routines. But where will the kids put their new toys and clothes? Don’t make their bedrooms a battleground. Instead, take this opportunity to help your kids organize their rooms and their stuff.
GET DOWN TO KID LEVEL. Look at your child’s room at kids-eye-level and you’ll get a new perspective. Their adult-sized dressers may have drawers that are too heavy for little hands to open, and closet doors are rarely designed for a child’s height.
To help, remove the closet doors and lids from all storage containers and toy boxes. In the closet, lower the clothes rod to your child’s height. Use child-sized hangers and get baskets to house socks and underwear. Read more