- Step 1: Make sure that first of all their rooms have the space and shelves required for all their belongings to be kept in place.
- Step 2: When you are cleaning the house or your own room ask your kids to come and see and even help you so they can learn how it is done.
- Step 3: Give them directions about where each thing should be going. You could create a funny cleaning map that could be placed somewhere inside their room explaining the position of every item (CD’s, teddy bears, clothes, toys etc)
- Step 4: Create a reward plan for motivation. For example suggest to them that whoever cleans their room once a week will receive a special present or even a raise on their allowance so they can buy anything they want.
- Step 5: Find ways to persuade them throwing away old and unwanted things they have. This will give them less things to clean and more space for other belongings.
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- Kids like to copy what grownups do so take advantage of that.
- Make cleaning more fun and enjoyable by giving your kids funny looking storage items.
- Even if a kid’s room looks like a bomb has dropped in it, try to be careful of what you might say as you should also respect their privacy and also understand who they are.
- Be careful on items that can be hazardous for your child’s health (dirty laundry, wet towels or old food)