Written by Brooke Tolman (last updated March 30, 2021)
Odds are your kid isn't a child prodigy when it comes to cleaning, most aren't. And it shows when you go into their rooms. While it may seem like a daunting task, keeping your child's room organized can be a relatively simple task.
Organizing a child's room isn't the same as organizing your own room though. Kids have unique personalities and their space will be utilized best if you let them in on this organizing process. First thing to do is to look at the room and see what the main problem areas are. Then ask your child what they think would be a good idea. Do they want open or closed storage bins? Do they want a bookshelf to put their books on or do they want to stack them in bins? Odds are if you let your child help with the process instead of just telling them what to do, they will be more likely to put things where they go. Here are a few fun ideas for storage in a child's room.
Whatever you decide for your child's room, whether it is shelves, cubes, or a toy box, remember that your child is a child and their room probably won't stay clean for long.
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