How to help your child tidy up his classes? Sort out his lessons and efficiently classify everything to find his way? All our tips to be effective!
As soon as your child enters CP, he begins to accumulate courses and papers. A small office will help her organize herself on a daily basis and do her homework well. But that is not enough ! How to store your class, books and notebooks efficiently and find them in the blink of an eye? All our tips to help you navigate it!
Storage on the desk for your school business
With a child, you have to bet on practical and adapted storage furniture:
An office at its size, with drawers if possible for school affairs Nice pencil pots and a protective set for the office A cabinet-type cabinet, with lockers that close (we avoid the dust) to put nearby. If you do not have too much space on the ground, consider investing the walls by suspending:
Shelves: just above the desk, your child can quickly access his books and supplies for example Mail bins stacked to classify its courses according to the days … And do not forget that sometimes you can put boxes under your bed!
A library is a good way to quickly sort through your business.
An effective method for sorting your courses
To sort the different courses, there are all sorts of classification modules:
simply cardboard boxes or plastic, to put under the desk or next, lockers with drawers to sort out its course according to the material, workbooks (one for scientific subjects for example, with tabs for each discipline). A very efficient method is to use color codes to order courses by subject: green for SVT, pink for French, blue for maths … Colorful bins are then very useful and you can decline the concept with notebooks!
And above all, put up with your child a little ritual every night: we come back from school, we taste, we do the homework, we tidy the courses of the day in dedicated lockers and we prepare the bag for the next day!
We multiply lockers and storage boxes to make sorting easier!
Create DIY storage for your classes
To get organized, you do not have to spend money. Think recup ‘and hijacking! For example, why not screw a log door cascading like a wallet to slip wallets? And a small serving kitchen with wheels will find its place easily next to a desk and provide extra storage space …
DIY side, internet teems with tutorials to make yourself new storage or DIY customization ideas:
filing cabinets made from cereal boxes “Home” office organizers made with plastic boxes and some paint masking tape to customize notebooks and binders and give them a color code or look that will appeal to your child! Finally, to help him find his bearings, think about printing a checklist of what he has to put, every day, in his binder, next to his schedule. More forgetfulness, an optimized organization and a tidy room !
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