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We have half the toys accessible and half of them are in bins or on the top shelf of the closet.

DD is almost 4. She has an art drawer in the kitchen with a school box of washable markers, a school box of colored pencils, and a box of crayons. There are also coloring books, blank paper, and notebooks, and pens. The more messy art stuff is in the big art tote.

Puzzles are in the closet--she can reach them but she has to ask for help getting the door open. We have to get one out, then pick it up before getting out another or she'll lose all the pieces!

We keep her wooden castle with Schleich people in the living room because she plays with it all the time!

She has way too many toys and refuses to get rid of any. I'm getting ready to put even more of them into totes so that we can get out one tote everyday or something like that. I think she'll appreciate the toys more and her room will be look less like a walk-in-closet that's been hit by a tornado.

Wouldn't it be fun to make up a rubbermaid tote for every few days? Each one could have a couple different puzzles, a game, some coloring and craft stuff, and a couple toys...