1. Sort toys into storage boxes (invest in some large and small stacking containers)
giving unused items to charity.
2. Keep related items together and easily labelled, using small containers or
bags for small items
Once you have a bedroom organized, it will be easier to tackle the decorating.
TIP: I find rotation of toys a great way of keeping kids happy. This is great if
you are limited for space and have lots of toys.
Just put some toys away in storage boxes and transfer to the loft/garage/shed,
leave here for 2 or 3 months. When you bring them out again, your child will
happily play with the toys as if they are new! You can then transfer other toys
to the storage and leave these ’new’ toys for him to play with.
Do this as often or as little as you prefer.
Uncluttered space will allow a child more room to play and if all toys/games
are organized into containers it will be easy enough for them to get the
container and play and put everything back when they are done(much easier for parents too!).
Some storage containers can be stacked
on top of one another and with colours to fit in with the decor,
these containers can be anywhere in a room but the space will
still look organized and tidy.