Imagine your child's room being clean and organized and it staying that way.
In just four weeks, your home can be transformed.
The children’s toys, books, and clothes that are scattered on the floors and bulging out of closets now will soon be decluttered, organized, and labeled.
Then, with the printable checklists and reward/consequence charts you can train your child to care for their own things and keep their room tidy- without putting up a fight.
Best of all, your child will have a fun place to play and will get bored less!
Recommended for ages 3 and up! The organization and toy rotation labels will help with any age child, but age 3 is a great age to begin to learn how to clean their own room. There are two different style "clean your room checklists" one for younger kids with pictures and another for older kids that is more grown up, so it will work for your teens who need a little push to take care of their space better.
The printables are really versatile, you can use them in tons of different ways to meet the different needs of your children. I use them with my boys ages 3 and 5 and with my daughter, age 7.
What you get:
- 28 Page 4 Week Transformation Instruction eBook to guide you in organizing your child's room and training them how to clean their room on their own.
- 26 pages full of fun and colorful printables for decluttering and organizing toys including Toy collection labels, Seasonal Toy labels, Holiday Toy Labels, Toy Box labels, and a Toy Collection master list.
- 26 pages of fun and colorful printables for organizing your child's closet. These include labels for clothing drawers, accessory bins, seasonal clothing storage labels, hand-me-down clothing storage labels, "Too Big" and "Too Small" clothing labels to keep their closets clutter free as your child grows, adorable "How to Get Dressed" art prints, wardrobe shopping lists, and wardrobe checklists organized by gender and season.
- 10 pages of printables designed to support you when training your child to be responsible for their own things and to get them to make a habit of cleaning their room every day. Including "How to Clean Your Room" art print, clean room checklists, and reward and consequence cards.
This 90 page printable pack includes EVERYTHING you need to get rid of the kid clutter once and for all and teach your child to clean their own room.
This is a download. Nothing will be shipped and you'll have INSTANT ACCESS.
This is awesome! Hoping this will help my 11 year old get organized.
I am excited and hopeful. This came to me at just the right time with school ending and my plan of the kids and I decluttering the house because I am sick of the mess, and have chronic illness that keeps me from keeping up on the house as I would like.
I love that it is set up for different ages and hoping this works well for my teen, tween, and early elementary kids alike. I'll be back in about a month to give a follow-up.
This is a wonderful resource my kids love to help tidy up, and its helped keep us all organized now that everything has a specific place. It has lovely bright graphics which makes it even more fun!
There are so many kid-related organizing printables out there, but none that take care of every little thing, like this one! My favorite are the 'Too big', 'Too small' labels - genius for keeping track of kids' clothes! I also like the more generic Toy Collection stickers, since we don't really sort each toy type in a different box - it's more a mix of two or three types in one. The How to Clean your Room chart is simple and clear, and perfect for kids for whom the mess seems too overwhelming. All in all, perfect resource for a family with kids!
Such a comprehensive resource for our family. I'm always attempting thorough clear outs in our rooms but it just returns to disordered stuff again - these I will actually print out and start a system with. Master stroke I think is the toy recycle system/labels. They'll be are a game changer here. The chart for how to get dressed is cute, and helpful too alongwith so much more. Our boy loves foxes so that was neat too. Much appreciated, unique system that won't outgrow us!! Thanks Lamora!