Day 65 of the New Year Cleaning Challenge
Cut the Clutter: A Simple Organization Plan for a Clean and Tidy Home
What's the secret to happy order in children's rooms? You've got to get 'em organized!
Child-friendly storage solutions and daily maintenance routines are key to keeping children's rooms in a state of livable, but children aren't born with innate organizing skills.
As a parent, it's your job to play professional organizer to teach the little ones the skills they need.
Today in the New Year Cleaning Challenge, we'll consider eight great ideas to get the children and their bedrooms organized--and keep them that way!
Organize Children's Rooms
Faced with a disorderly child's bedroom, it's tempting to throw up your hands and give the time-honored parent's cry: "Go clean your room!" Problem is, children aren't born with the knowledge and skills they need to solve a problem as complex as a disorganized bedroom.
To succeed at getting organized, children need partnership with an adult. Working together, you'll help them let go of children's clutter, solve storage issues, create a new organized framework, and put routines into place to maintain it.
Today in the New Year Cleaning Challenge, learn how to work together with your child to get organized successfully. Try these eight tips to organize children's bedrooms: