Simple and Easy Toy Storage Ideas

Apr 2nd

Toy storage ideas – When we have a child, we realize very quickly that things do not really happen as we had hoped living space. It was naively thought that the toys would stay in their room, and indeed, there are some there … But also in the living room, the kitchen, the hallway, and even your room. How not to fall under the fluff and other companions of your child, and teach him to tidy up his room in a good mood?

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The first tip is to start by sorting the toys with your child. Propose to him, once or twice a year, to tell you those with whom he does not play anymore or that he does not love anymore. Then give them: he will surely be happy to offer them to children who miss them. Or sell them if they are in good condition. You can buy with the money thus earned a little more current toy that will please your toddler.

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Offer him some storage at his height, adapted to him and flexible. Lockers with baskets easy to take out and close, on wheels for example. Open baskets, accessible shelves, but also wall hooks, boxes to slide under the bed … It’s not the storage solutions that are missing! Also think of introducing a color code: in the green box, the characters; in the yellow box, the dinette … It can help you navigate it!