…and then fighting with them to clean it up?
Children’s bedrooms tend to get cluttered and untidy, partly because they grow so fast and move from one interest to another. That’s a part of growing up!
Staying on top of all these new interests is challenging. One day they are into cars or dolls, and the next it’s dinosaurs or crafts. Add them all up and the accumulation happens.
What if you could teach them how to organize their stuff and get rid of the clutter?
- They would be able to put things away themselves.
- They would know what they have, and where to find it.
- Their distractions would lessen, and they could focus and enjoy each activity to the fullest.
- They would have space to play, and have friends over.
Wonderful! …right? But where do you start?
That’s why I wrote the book “Where are my crayons”, A Learn to Organize Story.
It teaches children the process of sorting and organizing their belongings.
This illustrated book is geared for 3 to 6 year olds, but even older children can take the information and apply it to their own rooms.
With a bonus section “Tips for organizing with others”, you’ll be prepared to help your children declutter and straighten up their space.
The organizing process is no secret. It takes some time and patience, but the outcome is worth it!
If you, or someone you know, needs this kind of help, my book is available in ebook, softcover, or hardcover from Amazon or other online bookstores listed on my website https://www.ccorganizing.ca/book.html
I appreciate you sharing this with others so that it can reach anyone who needs it.
Thank you so much.
Bev Chandler, Professional Organizer, 306-536-8844
C&C Organizing. www.ccorganizing.ca
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