Karina Thompson. Storage Bin. January 16th , 2018.
When youre arranging them, remember that these are kids storage bins and thus they have to be at an appropriate level for the children. Sometimes as adults we arrange a childs room to suit our tastes and forget that there are limits to how high our children can reach. If you place too many bins on top of each other youre risking an accident as they try to climb up to get what they want. Selecting a color that will last for years is a good idea. Many older children still find a use for their bins long after they have outgrown most of their toys. Primary colors, pastels, and neon colors might be good for today but will they be good for tomorrow. Using bright and cheery primary colors usually helps ensure that even as the room changes the bins will still appeal to your sense of style, and eventually their sense of style.
Besides organization, parents can use these storage bins for toys as a teaching tool. Responsibility is something should be taught to every kid. This trait will continue to help them as they grow up to be adults. Having to clean up after oneself after taking all the toys out to play can be a rule and the toy storing bins can be a huge aid in this life lesson. Also, kids can easily be taught or reinforced in the topic of colors with these bin units as they often come in different colors. Teaching your child to put certain toys in certain colored bins can not only help with color recognition, but as a memory tool as well. Getting creative with cleaning up and organizing can go a long way to making a child understand the importance of these concepts in everyday life at an early age.
Some parents label the front of the bin so that the child will know which type of toys to place in which bin. For younger kids, you may want to tape pictures on the front instead. For example, that collection of Hot Wheels, Barbie clothes, farm animal miniatures, or army men can all have their own special bin. In the closet, you can use a set of stackable storage bins to toss all the shoes. For some children, a shelf will work to store shoes. They may want to neatly line and pair them up by color. For others, theyre just happy to have the shoes all in the same place. With a bin designated as the "shoe bin" you will have a better chance of keeping those shoes together.
Specially-made storage bins are also available for your odd-shaped items. Wrapping paper needs to be protected for the eleven months of the year that you dont use it as well as the few weeks that you do use it. Gift wrap storage bins come in flat under-bed type boxes, vinyl hanging organizers and upright bins. Hanging organizers and upright bins also have compartments for tape and tags or bows. Ribbon can be organized in a neat little fabric zipper case that holds five rolls of ribbon that feed through rubber gaskets for dispensing. A space in the back stores scissors, tape and tags. Your artificial tree and wreaths need to be protected from dust, moisture and damage while in storage. Christmas tree storage bags can be found in rectangular polyester bags with handles and wheels or a less expensive puncture resistant nylon bags with handles. Wreath storage comes in specially-shaped plastic cases, clear vinyl or fabric bags, or boxes.
Plastic storage bins are the greatest invention ever! Well, at least if you are an organization freak like I am. There are so many different shapes, sizes, and styles of these bins that you can literally organize any room with their help. Messy garage, no problem. Crazy craft room, you betcha! These bins are great if you have a lot at one of those self storage places. By using plastic bins for storage you can easily arrange, stack, and organize the items you are keeping safe at the location. See through containers are great so that you can quickly and easily locate your items. I recommend investing in a few containers that have wheels so you can move them around easily.
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