Reorganize an area in their rooms

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Do your children have that one area in their bedroom they have a hard time keeping organized? For this #WeeklyKidChallenge we are going to reorganize it.
Do your children have that one area in their bedroom they have a hard time keeping organized? For this #WeeklyKidChallenge we are going to reorganize it.

My kids both have an area in their rooms that are, well, a little unmanageable. As much as they try, they just have a hard time keeping those areas  organized so they are functional for them.
In my daughter’s room, it is her shelves by her bed. She has so many books, picture frames, little figurines, and treasure boxes (that’s what she calls the little boxes she keeps her notes in) that the shelves just appear cluttered and she stacks stuff on top of another.
In my son’s room, he has a shelf that he keeps his notebooks and coloring supplies on, but there is just so much stuff (he hates to throw away anything he creates) he has a really hard time keeping it organized so it is workable.
I know it is tempting for me to just go in there myself and do it, but it is important for them to help so they can set it up the way that will work best for them.
Some years ago, when my daughter had just moved into her big girl bed, I created a little area on her shelves for her coloring books and colors. I had the books standing up and the crayons next to them in a decorative container. It was cute. But not functional for her. Almost ever day I had to go in there and help her stand up the books and overall get it organized again. She just didn’t have the skills yet to be able to do it herself. And I could tell she really wanted to prove to me and herself she was a big girl. So, I got a cute tote, put everything in there and put it under her bed. We were both happy with that.
Is there an area in your kids’ rooms that need a little extra TLC to make it more manageable for them? What about an area in your home they could help you with?
Posts some before and after pictures.
You can also post them on Twitter using #WeeklyKidChallenge.

Image Credit: Amy Gizienski via Flickr
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