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Having happy children is every parent's goal. So, give them a part to play in the design of their room. A few simple changes can encourage creativity, learning, and wonderful childhood memories.

Allow your child to tell you what they would like their room to be. Listen to their ideas and lend a hand in making their room a special one-of-a-kind destination. Your kids are as individual as you are and giving them the opportunity to have a say in how their room is organized will give them a sense of ownership. Guide them and provide them with the tools they need to create their new space. Oversee but let them influence the outcome. Most of all, make it fun for both of you.

Here are some things you can do to inspire and empower your child to get organized.

  • Expand their room by lining furnishings along walls. Allowing open space is a great way to make it easier to get to their things. It will also help when it's time to clean.

  • Use baskets and bins for everything from socks to toys. Things don't have to be restricted to drawers. It will take less time to clean up and still contain the things they need to get to.

  • Put wheels on chests for storage. Having the ability to move containers around the room puts things near where they play and study.

  • Paint a wall with chalkboard paint or put up a large whiteboard to encourage creativity and help with studies.

  • Separate study materials from playthings to encourage focus.

  • Use fun containers for earbuds, pens, coins, and trinkets.

  • Use binders or albums to store photographs and drawings. Having too many papers displayed around a room can create an overwhelming experience.

  • Put a hamper in their room to help them keep their dirty clothes from lying on the floor.

The more functional a child's room is and the more they have a place created especially for them and by them is an opportunity for a happier kid.

It's as simple as that!


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