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organize his /her belongings

Shikha Batra
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Sep 18, 2017

how do u all ensure your child puts back his /her books/toys/clothes/ utensils in their respective places after use.

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Drishti Chouhan

| Sep 24, 2017

my daughter does not mess any thing in early age but her habbit are changed she can't organise things except books she love to organise books

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Sharmila Naidu Mudila

| Sep 24, 2017

my son is good in this aspect, he never messes up with toys , and puts back one before taking the other, he started doing this once he turned 4 ..

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Carol

| Sep 19, 2017

Shikha, When my son was very little, I used to label all the toy boxes and the pull out racks with stickers. Such as Lego picture, animal toys, hero factory, puzzle stickers, blocks stickers etc. Since he couldn't read at the age of 2, he could put them away by seeing the stickers. I also used to join him in cleaning up as I didn't want him to feel overwhelmed. But the only rule we used to have is that before taking a toy / book, the other toy /book/art supplies with which he played/used before should get cleaned up first. Gradually it became a habit. Another important thing is to have a designated place for everything so children will gradually learn where to put them away. For me maintaining the book shelf is always a challenge as I keep them in an order. But since he reads a lot , i can live with it.

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Amit Jain

| Sep 18, 2017

same here my daughter also takes care of this.

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Shikha Batra

| Sep 18, 2017

fellow parents please pour in your suggestions. thanks!

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Kavita Sethi

| Sep 18, 2017

I am lucky enough in this context.. my daughter always keep her toys neatly at their place after playing.. don't know how she develop this habit at the age of just 3nhalf .. may be because we are living jointly and she observe everyone keeping their stuff properly at place...

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