4 Easy Organization Tips

February 2005
Scholastic Parent & Child;Feb/Mar2005, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p11
The article presents information on organizing the items and toys in the child's room or play area. By organizing the items and toys in the child's room or play area, one is helping her become more independent and resourceful. Parents can save plastic baby-wipe containers to store art supplies like markers, crayons, and brushes. Their child can help decorate and label each container. They can hang hammock-like, stretchy material in a corner to store stuffed animals or dolls in. They should hang it low so that children can reach the toys.


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