Make Home Organization Fun For Kids

Home Organization Tips

Let's face it, when you have kids at home, cleaning up is never easy. You could move all your clutter to our storage units in Garden City, New York. However, wouldn't it be easier if you had a few hands to help you out around the house first? In this guide, we will take you through our top six tips on making home organization fun for your kid and teach them why it’s important to develop storage and organization skills. 

 

1. Start at a Young Age

Unlike what some people may have told you, you can start teaching your children how to declutter as early as three years old. Instead of organizing your home alone, bring your baby with you. Talk about what you’re doing and why you’re doing it. Although this may seem like a weird process, your baby can understand what you’re saying, which can help their decluttering skills down the line.

 

2. Set A Good Example

Kids learn a lot more from our actions, that what we say. You can help teach your kid to organize themselves better by first doing it yourself. Instead of simply telling them to clean their room, offer them to watch you clean your room, so they will know it’s what they should be doing.

 

3. Set Home Routines

Kids in preschool learn that after playtime they should pick up their toys. You can do similar storage and home organization exercises in your New York home. Start by teaching your child to clean up their room before dinner, or teaching them to put their clothes in the hamper after changing.

 

4. Crank Some Tunes

Music responds well to children and can often boost their mood if they’re doing something they don’t necessarily like doing, such as cleaning the house. However, putting on the radio can help get the whole family in a better mood for some fun home organizing!

 

5. Work Together

Simply telling your child to clean won’t work as well as cleaning side-by-side. Don’t forget, prevent giving your child tasks they can’t accomplish, and help them if they need a hand. Plus, there’s nothing better than a reward after a hard day of cleaning. You can better improve your kid’s organization participation by offering an incentive once all their work is done.

 

6. Turn It Into a Game

Another way you can get your children to help organize the home is by making it fun. One way to accomplish this is by turning cleaning into a game. Here are a few game ideas that you can incorporate into your cleaning routine.

- Set a timer and if your child completes a cleaning task within the time period, reward them with a prize.

- Get a few large buckets. Then, label one trash, one donation, and one Garden City, NY storage units for those items you will store at our Long Island facility.  Then, take turns tossing objects into the barrels like basketballs. You could also do the same with dirty laundry.

Let's face it, when you have kids at home, cleaning up is never easy. You could move all your clutter to storage units in Garden City, New York. However, wouldn't it be easier if you had a few hands to help you out around the house first? In this guide, we will take you through our top six tips on making home organization fun for your kid and teach them why it’s important to develop self-storage skills.

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