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1. Make it easy. Easy pullout drawers make pickup time more efficient and less overwhelming for your children.
3. Use a labeler. If you're specific about which bins toys are stored in, label them. This will make cleanup time easier for your children and their friends. If your children aren't reading yet, use pictures.
6. Don't box it all away. When your children tire of well-loved toys, consider putting them on display instead of boxing them away. Having them in view just may reinspire their use, saving you room in the garage and money in your wallet.
8. Go beyond the toy room. If your children play with toys in multiple rooms in your home, provide areas to store them. Placing puzzles, books and small toys on the lower levels of a bookcase, as in the image shown here, will keep toy clutter in check all over the house.
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