Toy clutter, it’s a problem all parents face. From the toddler years when blocks, push toys, and board books seem to be scattered down the hallway to the school-age years where kids collect tiny
LEGOs, matchbox cars, and Barbie dolls, clutter remains an ongoing issue. Toy rotation is one way to fight this problem.
Step 1: Gather
In the main play area, gather all the toys to the centre of the room. You are making a bigger mess at first, but this will help you get organised in the long run. “It may be best to start this process when the kids are in bed or out of the house,” says mum Kara Thomas. The process may go quicker and smoother sans children. However, if that isn’t an option, get the kids involved and have them help bring toys to the centre of the room.