A List of 15 Smart Kid-Tested Ways to Control Toy Clutter and Organize Toys

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After Christmas and New Years, is a great time to organize all the toys you might have in your home. Your children may have gotten new toys this Christmas, which we hope means older ones can go. And even if some toys go, most kids just will NOT let go of others. Therefore, the toy clutter seems inevitable at times. I could use some help in finding ways to somehow organize my  kids’ toys.

This resource for toy decluttering contains a list of ways to keep toy clutter under control. I am thankful this was shared with us. I hope the list can help you finally organize those colorful toys that tend to find their way all over the place in your home.
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Click HERE for a list of 15 kid-tested (really important that someone has already child checked these) ideas to help you with toy clutter control from Kidsactivities.com .

Written by Jeannette Tuionetoa

Jeannette Tuionetoa

Jeannette Tuionetoa is a wife, mother and friend to the homeschool community. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is of Puerto Rican decent and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies in hopes to contribute to homeschool families like yours!

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