"Having a tidy, clean room as a child may have a positive effect on one's entire life" - Study by Professor Jeanne Brooks-Gunn and research associates
Are you frustrated with the clutter in your child’s room? Have you ever wondered if their surroundings affect their learning or future? Now is a perfect time to help your child get their room organized.
Their needs change quickly as they grow. Start by looking at what is in their room. What do they need put away, and where will it go? What items will they part with?
If their current furniture and closet configuration isn’t working anymore, then it’s time for change. Re-purpose what you can and then plan a shopping trip to get what else is needed.
Remember to include your child in this learning experience. Early “buy in” will help them keep their room neat. Schedule time to get the work done, and plan for regular “quick check-ups”.
Look for the smile on your child’s face when they have a space they enjoy, and can share with friends.