Organising resources series
I don’t know about you, but I find organising resources for the children poses one of the biggest challenges to keeping our home tidy. Whether it is toys, craft materials, books, outdoor equipment or loose parts and learning resources, they all have to be stored somewhere, don’t they!
This is all in addition to the dilemma of what to keep and what to donate, in a spring clean or decluttering session… well, this year I want to plan carefully and only keep those items which we are definitely going to get good use of in the coming months and even years.
Thankfully, after reaching out to some other parents and childminders on social media, I’ve been collecting together some awesome tips, hints and hacks for organising resources in a home setting. By learning from each other, hopefully, we can all reach some of our goals for keeping learning materials accessible and usable but preventing them from overwhelming the space we have in our homes.
Stay tuned to the blog over the next week as we share some great guest posts, and over on Instagram follow and join in using the #tidylearningzone hashtag! Any organising or storage photos of children’s resources (books, toys and materials) are welcome, as we get stuck in to spring decluttering and tidying up. If you are in a setting (preschool or early years unit) we would love to see your photos, too, and hear about your hints for keeping those shelves neat and tidy!
This week you will see posts from:
Claire from The Ladybirds’ Aventures
Jo from Hummingbirds at Play
Hopefully we will inspire each other to get sorting and organising as spring arrives- don’t forget to join in using #tidylearningzone on Instagram!