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Toy storage in the playroom
Games and trains
books and puzzles
built in with LEGO structures and building toys in bins
basement play area
I'm constantly trying to de-clutter the kids' room . . . they have so much (all of the non-baby friendly toys have to be up there instead of in the playroom). They also have a small storage area that we're in the process of making into a hideaway for them.
I plan on buying one of these for the gated off Playmobil area. Then the kids can have their LEGOs, KNEX, and other building things (no more than what can fit in the bins) in the fabric cubes that go with them. It's low enough that the zoo can sit on the top. They go on sale for 39.99 from time to time around here. It will go under the big windows in the playroom.
|We have a metal bin with tons of Legos in it, but I need to come up with something that can organize these small parts in a way that my older son can SEE everything and know what Legos make what kind of thing (spacehip pieces in one, submarine pieces in another, you get the idea). Right now we have the sets separated in Ziplocs, but that doesn't always work, either.|
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