Written by Nilsa Cleland (last updated October 15, 2020)
Most parents teach their children how to pick up after themselves from an early age. Keeping this routine in place for children as they grow up is not always an easy task. Many kids think you might be out of your mind when you tell them to get their rooms organized before heading to their friend's house. Some ideas come to mind to help you get your kids organized.
Work ahead. Keep involved with your kids' school and extra curricular activities. Teaching your child how to manage and maintain a calendar with assignment deadlines, activity dates, and other important dates for your kid can help you keep your kid well organized.
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