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Clean It Up: Tips for teaching kids order and organization

10:01 PM, Sep. 19, 2013
Clearly marked bins help kids cleanup after they are done with an activity, but repetition and follow through from parents is needed to establish the habit.
Clearly marked bins help kids cleanup after they are done with an activity, but repetition and follow through from parents is needed to establish the habit.
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Children are naturally messy - scattering blocks throughout the room, tossing dress-up clothes up on the floor and tucking crayons everywhere except neatly in the box.

When it comes to cleaning up clutter they need a little guidance.

Being organized and picking up are skills that are taught, says Jennifer Strachan, professional organizer and owner of In It's Place Organizing in the Fox Valley. ...

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