Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 08:06:26 AM. . By Belda Martin.
Consider an attractive toy chest to house frequently used toys. It can also be a sturdy seat for parents to sit on while helping kids get dressed in the morning. But make sure the chest has a lightweight or removable lid that wont slam down and hurt a child.
Try periodically rotating the toys and books on view, so your child has “new” toys and books to explore. Labeling bins and shelves with photos or drawings of the contents helps your child locate things quickly and put them back in the right place. Color-code containers – red for toys, green for games, blue for art supplies – to create an orderly look, and encourage easy cleanup.
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