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  • Jillian Baldwin

    If you use a toy box, consider buying one without a lid or removing the lid from the one you have. That way the child sees exactly where the toys are supposed to go, and can literally throw them in there. It removes one step in the process — that of opening the lid — making it much easier to stay organized. It also removes the possibility of the lid closing on small fingers.

  • Linda M Schlossberg

    Organize Toys for Toddlers and School-Aged Children

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