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A toy rotation keeps your children interested in their toys and fosters independant play! How do you handle your kids toys? Do you have a toy rotation that works for you?

Toy Rotation Bins - how to eliminate some toys, keep the good ones and keep kids from being overwhelmed! After so many new toys at Christmas, this idea seems amazing! Expeicially when there are more kids and more toys!

There are Only Two Types of Toys: Loved & Lasting or Shiny & Passing. Find out what to do with them in this helpful post

While He Was Napping: {Project GO-FO} Toy Rotation - Step Two: The divide { This is exactly what I was planning to do this weekend!}

A systematic approach to rotating toys using categories: thinking toys (puzzles, blocks, shape sorters), moving toys (balls, push toys, ride on toys), and pretend toys for social development (kitchen sets, dress up). Keep out 3 toys from each category and limit to one toy that is a SCLAN (shape, color, letter, number) leaving you with 10 toys total. Then rotate these 10 toys every couple weeks.

toddler toy rotation bins....keeps things organized, the kids dont get bored, and toys stay "newer" and "shinier" longer for the younger ones

If I (or hubby) ever travel for work, this would be fabulous for the little one: they get to open an envelope everyday we are gone and have an activity prepared for them by the parent that's away or something else special for them to do. Helps them remember Mommy and Daddy will be back soon but also that they love them enough to put this together. Love that!

Organizing expert Kara Russelo's client asked her to solve the "too many toys tumbling out of the shelves" dilemma. She used bins + shoe pockets from Walmart + Target. Kara's labels have words and images (download for free on her site!)

Did #2 when kids were little with variety of sizes in the closet - handy! #3 is a great idea for all my jewelry loving friends & me too!