字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hi! I'm Christine from So Domestically Challenged and today we're going to be taking a look at playroom organization. My favorite organizing system for kids, is the Trofast, from IKEA. The Trofast comes in a variety of sizes and styles and the bins and shelves are interchangeable, which allows for a lot of variety in whatever you want to do. It's also a system that can grow with your child. You can use it in all different sized spaces, from small rooms to large rooms. You can get systems where everything is at children's level or you can get systems where some things are up higher where they can't reach. They're fully customizable. This is a large Trofast system: It's about 6 feet tall. The bins slide in and out easily. And they come in a variety of colors and sizes. One of the things that I like to do with our Trofast system is use these drawer dividers available at IKEA. The dividers fit nicely right in to the Trofast bins and they allow you to sort various small items. The Trofast also comes in a sort of "mini" size. This is fantastic for items that don't take up a full drawer. The mini size Trofast is also great for holding art supplies. A little trick that a lot of people don't know is that these small bins will fit in the narrow Trofast systems. This works out really well if you have some items that are kind of odd sized, maybe something that's tall. Another thing that I love about the Trofast are the shelves. As you can see, I love to use them for our board games. And here's a tip: Store your board games sideways. You'll have easy access to them without having an avalanche of games falling on you. In this bin, I used another divider to divide up various card games, Bananagrams, tanagrams, these little builder things and jacks. In this bin, I hold all of our puzzles. A lot of people think that micromanaging kid's toys is a bad idea and that kid's can't keep up the system. But walk in to any classroom and you'll see kids in classrooms are putting things away in very specific places all the time. The key to this is to create a system that micromanages but it makes sense and make sure that you stick with it.Create visual ques. On the system that we use at my house, we use clear labels, but if your children are too young to read, you can find pictures on the Internet of whatever the toy is and print them out and just tape them onto the bin and it works great. When you set the expectation that things are put away in a certain place and your child finds that they can easily get to things when they're looking for them, they will maintain the system and clean up is a lot easier when they've only taken out one bin of one item instead of one bin full of many kinds of items. When the expectation and the system are in place, kids will put things away where they belong with very little complaining. That's it for today. If you found this video helpful, please click like and share it with your friends. To see future videos from So Domestically Challenged, make sure to subscribe to the channel. As always, we can be found at SoDomesticallyChallenged.com and right here. Thanks for watching!