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Tips for organizing and managing your kid’s toys

Tips for organizing and managing your kid’s toys


Have you ever walked into your kids room and just been in shock at what a disaster it looks like, especially after you just cleaned it? Many – if not most – parents can relate to this feeling of defeat and frustration at the sight of a messy, unorganized, and downright destructive kids room.

No matter how many times you tell your kiddos to put their toys away, or how many times you put them away yourself, every kid’s toy in the bucket seems to find its way back to the floor in a matter of hours. If you have kids, toys are undoubtedly an important and unavoidable fixture of your home.

Even though you are fully aware of this fact, the sheer volume of the amount of toys and games they have can easily get out of hand if you’re not careful. This is why it is important to have an organization plan in place.

To aid in this organization process, Mom’s Bunk House is here to rescue you! We offer a wide range of  kids toy boxes and benches , all of which will help you keep your kids’ room organized and stylish. From multi-purpose benches to eye-catching toy boxes, you will find everything you need to help achieve your goals for managing kid’s toys and organizing your child’s room.

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Once you’ve decided on what vessel you are going to use for keeping your kids toys in order, consider the following steps:

 Take a child’s eye view. When organizing your child’s room, it is important that you get down to their eye level in order to help him or her get organized. Take a look at the space, storage, furniture, toys, and other possessions from your child’s vantage point and then come up with a plan. You may be surprised at the result!

● Include your child in the process. While it can be tempting to simply take over and wade through the mess of your child’s room alone, including them in the cleanup may actually help you down the road. Use the organization process as a learning activity, and do your best to figure out what is working – and what’s not – for your child to stay organized.

● Simplify and store. Sure, your child’s room is meant to be a fun, safe, comfortable place for them to let loose and be, well, a child. However, this doesn’t mean the room can’t be organized. Start by sorting through all your child’s belongings and simplify. If you have younger kids, a ‘toy library’ is oftentimes the answer. Use the toy box or bench  that you recently purchased from Mom’s Bunks to create a selection of toys that they can easily access, and put back when they’re done.

● Assess, reassess, and donate. It is recommended that, every few months, you go through all of your kids toys and determine which ones are being used the most and which are no longer popular with your kiddos. If you do a little research, you will quickly find that there are lots of children’s consignment stores or thrift stores that will gladly accept clean and gently used toys.

● Make it easier to put away, and harder to get out. Last but certainly not least, the best way for efficient children’s storage and organization is to make his or her toys easier to put away but more difficult to get out. Use bookshelves , toy boxes , bins, and other creative ideas for storage to ensure your child’s room doesn’t turn into a warzone once again.

With a little patience and some help from our online selection of children’s furniture and storage options, you will have your child’s room organized in no time!

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