DIY Kids Toy Storage Ideas that you can make! It gets expensive to buy toy storage and sometimes those products aren’t quite what you want or need. Here’s some easy DIY Kids Toy Storage Ideas.
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I think I speak for most moms here when I say that the post Christmas cleanup is THE WORST… yet it’s probably the FIRST thing we want to do once the tree comes down and the decorations get put away.
And toy storage is TOUGH. It’s great when it’s labeled because the kids learn to identify letters and words. It helps teach young children how to organize their toys and sort things. For kids with ADHD or just kids who are easily distractible, having items put away can help.
Here are some easy and clever ways to store toys in your playroom, nursery, and throughout your home.
As your kids start getting bigger, so do their toys. It's harder to keep those toys from taking over an entire room. This DIY IKEA hack is a super clever idea for keeping those toys organized, but also in easy reach for the kids.
Create rolling underbed wood storage carts to hold "all the things". This is such a great use of space and the toys are easily accessible to the kids. It's a great way to keep those little pieces organized in smaller bins inside the carts too.
This DIY bedside pocket organizer is perfect to keep a favorite stuffed animal and bed time stories handy. This will save so much time at night searching for books and animals. It's a great way to upcycle old jeans too!
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