Organize Your Little One’s Room

As a mother, I know how important it is to create a safe and nurturing environment for my little ones, and one key area that requires attention is their room. A well-organized room not only helps to keep things tidy but also promotes a sense of calm and encourages healthy habits of cleanliness and responsibility. The kids room had started becoming a mess and I had no idea where to start from. I used to guide my kids to tidy their rooms, however, the room still needed help. So, after a lot of experiments, I have come up with 8 tips that can help you keep your kids’ room tidy.

Organize Your Little One's Room
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Let us explore some practical tips on how to organize your little one’s room, creating a space that is functional, fun, and conducive to their growth and development.

  1. Declutter and Purge: The first step in organizing any room is to declutter and purge unnecessary items. Little ones tend to accumulate toys, clothes, and other belongings quickly. Go through their belongings and donate, sell, or discard items that are no longer needed or used. This will not only create more space but also make it easier to keep the room organized in the long run.
  1. Create Storage Zones: Creating designated storage zones is crucial for keeping things organized. Invest in child-friendly storage solutions such as shelves, cubbies, toy chests, and baskets to store toys, books, clothes, and other items. Make sure that these storage solutions are easily accessible to your little one so that they can learn to put away their belongings independently.
  1. Use Labels: Labels are a great way to teach your little one about organization and responsibility. Use labels on bins, drawers, and shelves to indicate what items go where. You can use pictures or simple words depending on your child’s age and reading ability. This will help your child learn to sort and categorize their belongings, making it easier for them to find what they need and put things back in their designated place.
  1. Keep it Simple: Keep the organization system simple and easy for your child to understand. Avoid complex systems that may overwhelm them. For example, use clear containers for toys and clothes, so your child can see what’s inside without having to rummage through everything. Keep the most frequently used items at eye level for easy access, and rotate toys and books periodically to keep things fresh and interesting.
  1. Incorporate Play Spaces: A well-organized room should also have designated play spaces. Create a cozy reading nook with a comfortable chair, soft pillows, and a bookshelf. Set up an area for arts and crafts with a table, chairs, and storage for art supplies. Having dedicated play spaces encourages your child to engage in imaginative play, creativity, and learning.
  1. Teach Cleaning Habits: Organizing a room is not just about tidying up, but also about teaching your child good cleaning habits. Encourage your little ones to make their bed, put away their toys, and tidy up after themselves regularly. Make it a fun and rewarding activity by creating a cleanup routine, setting up a timer, or using a reward chart. This will instill a sense of responsibility and ownership in your child towards their room.
  1. Rotate and Donate: Children outgrow toys, clothes, and other belongings quickly, so it’s important to periodically rotate and donate items that are no longer used or needed. This will prevent clutter from accumulating and keep the room organized. Involve your child in the process of selecting items to donate, and teach them about the importance of giving to those in need.
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  1. Safety First: Lastly, don’t forget about safety when organizing your little one’s room. Make sure that heavy items are secured to the wall, cords are tucked away, and small items are kept out of reach. Choose age-appropriate furniture, and ensure that the room is well-lit and ventilated. Regularly check for any hazards or potential dangers and address them promptly.

So, if you keep these 8 pointers in mind, keeping your little one’s room won’t be a huge task to handle. And who doesn’t want to live in a lovely space which is all decked up and organized, right?


Snehalata Jain, Mother, Lifestyle blogger, Traveler, Foodie and has a knack of parental advice. She loves to travel with her family and especially her daughter angel so that she can teach her kid the real life experience. A Micro Biologist and lecturer by profession, a full time mother and blogger by choice. She is a social media pro since 2012 handling over 100 profiles till now. Stepping to blog was her decision when she realized that whatever you do or experience, documentation makes it authentic. She loves photography and traveling and creating unique recipes which are healthy and tasty. She writes what she experience during her trips. About Blogsikka : It was just a quick decision to make my lifestyle blog , while searching for blog name. I wanted a name which is not related to specific things as my life is so dynamic that I can’t stick to one thing. I love travelling and eat delicacies from around the world. My love doesn’t stop here , infact I love to cook delicious thing which I see during my trips and replicate at home. Blogsikka is all about my own experiences of life and i write whatever i experience. And my backbone support is my husband DILKHUSH SHAH who is chartered accountant by profession and a hard core traveler by passion. He is the reason behind my all trips. DO FOLLOW MY BLOG : and my all social media tabs

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