Without these, it is a guarantee that your child's toy will take over your home and drive your sanity away.
If your child is anything like mine, there is a big chance that your child has a considerable number of toys.
If your child has a lot of toys, to make toy organization easier, I recommend you to consider doing a toy rotation.
This way, your child will only have limited number of toys to play at one time and therefore this technique is powerful toreduce the possibility of getting a large number of toys scattered around the house and makes the clean up time easier.
In addition, this approach can avoid toy clutter in visible areas.
Further, toy rotation will make the toys feel new again and hence can increase your child's interest on them.
Why? When all the toys are visible, kids get overwhelmed by the choices available to them.
As a result, each one of the toys loses its individual value.
By performing toy rotation, each toy will regain their value in your child's eyes and hence makes the toys more interesting.
So how do you do the toy rotation ?I recommend you to just bring out a few toys at a time,and store the rest away in non-visible areas, such as underneath your bed or in the closet.
Here is the list of how you can store and organize your child's toy:
Secondly, each toy storage unit has to be safe.
And finally when devising a toy storage system, it is important to have a system which is simple and easy to understand, so that your child will not have difficulties in cleaning up.