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Monday, November 26, 2007


Teaching your child to be organized may seem as difficult (if not impossible) as sticking a finger in a needle head but it is something you should always try to achieve. And with the right tricks, you can go places with your endeavor.

A person can only be truly successful when he’s mastered the art of organization. And you can only better instill this in a person if you start at a young age. The most effective way to teach your child to be organized is by creating an environment that spells O-R-G-A-N-I-Z-E-D. Organized does not only mean looking neat and tidy, it means being prepared to find the things where you want them and when you want them. This means designating a special place of storage for everything you have. Also, if you wish your child to learn to be organized, you must be organized yourself. Teach by example.

Toys are one amongst your child’s first personal properties. It is with toys that you must start training your child to keep things in place. Now this is where you will find toy storage very helpful. Teach your little sweetie to put back his toys where he got them so he’ll know where to find them the next time he needs them. To make it easier for you to have your child oblige, try and make the whole thing fun. Make it seem like a pretend play (kids always enjoy that) and choose a toy storage that is cute and charming so it won’t fail to capture your child’s attention and interest.

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