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If you’ve ever stubbed your toe on one of your kids’ toys or stepped on a Lego piece, you know how annoying it is to have your children’s toys lying around everywhere. As a mother, you’re used to having everything in place and the mess that the toys make drives you absolutely crazy. However, there are a few organizing hacks you can use to help you keep everything under control.
Here are 10 clever ways to organize your kids’ toys:
Game board storage
This storage idea for game boards is absolutely genius. Not only is it a great decorating tool for your child’s room, but it is also a great way to keep the board games stored and easy to access. You can hook all the pieces on the back in a zip-up bag.
Shoe organizer tip
Instead of having your stuffed toys lying around the house, one great storage idea for them is to hang a shoe organizer in your kid’s room and use it as the perfect place to store your child’s toys. It will allow you to have all the toys neatly stacked in one place leaving the room with more space.
Storing toys in pouches
If you’re trying to save as much space as possible and limit your child’s toys to one place, then this idea will be absolutely perfect. You can buy as many pouches as you need and store your kid’s toys in them. They’re easy to store anywhere due to their flexibility. Don’t forget to label them first, though.
Plastic boxes are a great tool to use when organizing kids’ toys as they are transparent, stackable and easy to label. This makes it possible for your child to see what they need and go for it straight away without making a huge mess.
Lego storage table
Create your own Lego storage table where your child can even make their greatest Lego creations on. It’s a great way to keep the Lego pieces stacked in a safe place and away from the floor.
Make storage part of the decor
When decorating, you can make an entire storage area with shelves that allow you to add the toys to them as accessories and even insert trays to organize the rest of your child’s toys.
Create a slider and make use of storage under the bed
Make use of the unused space underneath your child’s bed and create a slider that allows them to not only store their toys but also use it as a surface to play on with their toy cars and trains.
Use fabric baskets
They’re pretty, they’re neat, and they allow you to divide different items into different baskets and keep them aside in your child’s room.
Hanging bed organizer
Keep their toys close by adding a hanging bed organizer with each pouch dedicated to a different item. It will allow your kids to stay organized on their own as well as have easy access to their most valuable items.
Hanging closet organizer
There are so many products and easy storage ideas available for closets and clothing. Why not integrate your kid’s toys also into the closet and make it a one-stop destination? It is super neat and tidy. You can use hanging closet products to keep their toys organized as well as boxes that you can color code according to your child’s room and label to make it easy for them to find toys.