Kids Will be Kids Organization


When organizing a child’s room one must think like a child and get on their level. It's FUN being a kid!

Kids will be kids and yes it does take effort on parents part with young children.

Like any other organizing process sorting and purging come first and then finding a home and organizing things.

Clothes, toys, clothes, etc. need to be easily accessible, easy to put away, and maintain as best as possible.

9 Steps to Organizing Kids Room:

  • Sorted all small toys together, large toys, stuffed animals, books, clothes, papers, etc.

  • This particular boy was young so I had Mom make the decisions on purging.

  • Closet space- mostly worn shoes put on a shelf, rarely worn shoes put in a tote, extra linens on a closet shelf and hung collared shirts and some pants.

  • Organized each of the dresser drawers with underwear, socks, jeans, T-shirts, and sports clothes.

  • Rearranged the bookshelf and organized the books by genre. The overflow of books were stored in a container.

  • Small colored containers for storing small items such as cars, coloring books, crayons, pencils, etc.

  • Label, label, label for easy find. Labeling is the key for kids to know where to put things.

  • Tall cloth container was used for stuffed animals

  • Made more space by putting larger items such as a train set in the gameroom.

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Kim Miller

Kims Organizing Solutions

Professional Organizer

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