When it comes to getting your kids ready to head out to school, I bet one of the biggest issues in the morning is what they are going to wear. This problem can become easier if their closet is in order. Well, thanks to this article from our friends at Housekeeping, you can get the kids’ closet organized before they go back to school.
20 Blogs with Tips for Organizing your Kids’ Closet before Sending Them Back to School
While it may seem like summer vacation just started, it’s already time to think about getting the kids ready to go back to school. One way to get your kids ready is by organizing their closets. Organizing their closets will help you assess what your kids will be able to use going into the new school year and what needs to be replaced when you go back-to-school shopping. These 20 blogs will help you sort through clothes and figure out how to best organize everything.
The first step in any organization project is to assess what you have in the given area that you are working with. To begin tackling closet organization you’ll need to have your child try on all of his clothes; this will help you determine which items you are keeping and which should be donated or discarded. Take a look at these five blog posts to get more tips on sorting through the stuff in your child’s closet.
- Back to School Organization Start your organization project by cleaning out the closet and sorting through what fits and what doesn’t.
- Organized Kids’ Closets—Switching Out Seasons To help make organization easier, create piles of clothes that you want to donate, keep and discard.
- Closet Organization and The Beginning of the Kids’ Rooms As you sort through all of your kids’ clothes put everything that doesn’t fit in a bag to be given away.
- Conquering Clothing Clutter: Kid’s Closet Go through all of the clothes in your child’s closet to determine what fits and what doesn’t, and give away anything that she’s outgrown.
- 9 Essentials for Organizing Your Kids’ Rooms & Closets It’s important to involve the kids when you sort their clothes so that you know what clothes they don’t like and what they won’t wear.
All closets are different, so it’s a good idea to take measurements to determine what you have room for before you begin buying shelves and other organizational tools to put in the space. These six blog entries will give you plenty of ideas on how to define the space you have in your child’s closet.
- Organizing the Kids’ Closet with Our New Games Organizer! Hanging organizers are useful for games, jewelry, shoes and other small items.
- Tips on Organizing Kids’ Closets You can add extra space by adding a rod-doubler for your pants and skirts.
- How to Organize a Kid’s Closet As you organize your child’s closet have him help you, that way he knows exactly where everything belongs.
- Tips for Organizing Children’s Closets If you have clothes that your child doesn’t yet fit in, store them in a box above the other clothes so they are out of the way but still easily accessible.
- HDYDI: Organize a Kid’s Closet Assessing the space you have before trying to start organizing will help you realistically determine what organizational ideas will work and what won’t.
Use Bins and Boxes
Kids often have trouble folding things and keeping them tidy, so having boxes and bins for toy storage will allow your kids to help put things away without worrying about if it’s neatly in there or not. Check out these six blog articles for more tips on how you can use bins and boxes to organize your kids’ closets.
- Home Sweet Home on a Budget: Organizing Kids’ Closets Off-season clothes can be stored in bins or boxes to help reduce closet clutter.
- 8 Ways to Organize Your Kid’s Scarily Messy Closet Attractive boxes keeps things organized and out of sight.
- Kids Closet Organization To make organization easier for your children, keep like items in each bin so that your child can find what they need at a glance.
- Kids Closets Bins work well for storing out of season clothing and keeping a closet organized.
- Organizing a Kid’s Closet By keeping an empty bin in the bottom of the closet your kids will be able to toss clothes that are too small in them as they try them on, which you can then easily donate.
It can be difficult to remember what’s in each bin or box, especially when they’re above eye level or if you aren’t using clear containers. This is when labeling comes in handy. Read through these six blog posts for tips on labeling items in the closet to help keep everything organized and accessible.
- Organizing the Kids’ Closets By labeling each bin, your child will know exactly where to find certain toys and where to put them when it comes time to clean up.
- How to Create a Stylish and Organized Kid’s Closet Putting tags on clothing rods and labels on containers will help kids know where to put their clothes and toys.
- 10 Tips for Organizing the Kids’ Closets Label all bins and boxes so that both you and the kids know where things are and can put things back where they belong.
- Room to Grow: 4 Closet Organization Tips for Kids’ Clothes Labeling bins and boxes will help your child put away his own clothes with ease.
- Totally Organized Tuesdays: Kid’s Closet Edition Anytime you have bins that are above eye level you should label them so that you can tell at a glance what’s in each bin.