Organizing with Small Children – Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival
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This month’s Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival is all about Organizing with Small Children. This is especially important right now, with families spending so much time at home. And May is all about mothers, isn’t it?
Let me start by thanking all my readers who took the time to contribute their organizing expertise to this Carnival. Please show them your appreciation by leaving comments and sharing their posts (or this one) on social media, using the hashtags #OrganizingChildren.
|Debbie Rosemont||4 Ways You Can Get Organized to Help Kids Help Themselves|
|Janet Schiesl||10 Chores Your 5-Year-Old Can Do|
|Kim Tremblay||Help Your Child to Get More Organized|
|Laura Wittmann||Teaching Your Children to Organize: Stop Tossing Their Stuff!|
|Linda Samuels||7 Kid-Tested Organizing Success Tips|
|Lisa Gessert||Kids and Their Spaces!|
|Mel Carruthers||The no-room playroom|
|Melanie Juedes||5 tips to contain kid chaos|
|Ronni Eisenberg||How to Teach Children to be Organized|
|Sabrina Quairoli||8 Zones to Make an Amazing Child Playroom|
|Sarah Soboleski||Get Your Kids Organized by Using Chore Charts|
|Seana Turner||Kids Can Organize|
|Stacey Agin Murray||Organizing With Kids During Coronavirus: Advice From a Professional Organizer and Mom|
I’m now accepting submissions for June’s Blog Carnival, when the topic will be Desk Organization. You have until 7 PM EDT on Tuesday, June 16 to make your submission.
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