Kid's Closet IdeeŽn  gepost; vrijdag 27 november 2009 21:59

Does your kid's closet look like a tornado went through it? Most kids' closets do. It is hard for children to realize the consequences of rummaging through piles of clothes when they're thinking about what they want to wear. Parents are acutely aware of how much work reorganizing is and probably catch themselves imagining the repercussions of just about everything that their child does or is about to do! It is time to find a way to help kids remember to keep their closets neat and organized. 1. Help them get the closet cleaned out. Kids have fun pulling everything out because they feel like they're making a mess and they often will find toys and things that they thought were lost in the process. Pile everything into separate categories as you go. Toys, sports equipment, costumes, blankets, dirty laundry, shoes and books are common piles for a kid's closet. 2. Involve your child in deciding what should go into the closet. It is generally not a good idea to put toys in with clothes, but if you separate them properly, it can work. Some parents like to install a deep shelf about waist level in the closet. Kids' clothing is generally small enough to hang from the bar without touching the shelf. You can put baskets or bins on the shelf to organize socks, underwear, belts and pajamas. Try to hang all of the pants and shirts on children's hangers. Baby hangers can be used for smaller items and they won't stretch the shoulders out. 3. Use a shoe organizer to keep shoes off of the floor. You can either put a crate or toy bin in the room and keep shoes out of the closet, or you can use an over-the-door rack. Some parents like to keep a shoe bin or shoe organizer in the mudroom or entryway to the home so that dirty shoes aren't tracked all over the house. This also keeps all of the shoes in one place, making it easier to get out the door on busy school mornings. 4. A laundry basket or bin is a great thing to put under that shelf. All dirty clothes should be thrown into the basket. It will hopefully be one of the only things on the floor of the closet, so if some clothes miss, it is easy to throw them in when it's time to do laundry. You don't want dirty clothes mixed up with toys, so decide if this is where you want your basket. Avoid hampers or other bins with tops, because kids will not take the time to open them. By letting your child participate in the organization of the closet, they will get a bigger sense of pride. Make it fun by having races to see who can hang the most shirts the fastest. Let them use the infant hangers so that manipulation is easy. Baby hangers are actually a great tool when it comes to teaching your child closet organization. Praise your child when they take care of their closet and you might even try a reward system for a tidy space. Just remember to have fun with it and hopefully the excitement about the clean space will last! (kinderkleding online, goedkope kinderkleding online, merk kinderkleding online, kinderkleding online winkel, exclusieve kinderkleding online) kinderkleding online outlet kinderkleding online kinderkleding online bestellen outlet kinderkleding online kinderkleding online kopen kinderkleding online kinderkleding online outlet kinderkleding online online babykleding kinderkleding online

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