Here we go! It is day 2 of our Spring Cleaning and Organizing Challenge. Yesterday we worked on the Master Bedroom. Today I will share some tips and tricks to deep clean and organize the Kids’ Bedroom.
My kids joined me on the task of cleaning and organizing their rooms today. It is very important to teach them how to do it, even from a young age. We spend at least one hour per room, really getting everything clean and organized.
We started in their closets and moved around the room. When purging their clothes and belongings it is important to make sure that the clothes you are saving are going to fit them next year. I also like to rotate their clothes and let them have access to just what they need for that season.
It is always a great idea to keep a box or basket in their closets throughout the year for clothes that they grow out of. When the box is full, you can just put them in a bag and take to a donation center of your choice. Here in Baltimore, I like donating baby and kids’ clothes to a charity called Sharebaby.
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Below I am sharing a checklist so you can share with the kids and get inspired.
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