Creative and functional ways to store toys. These systems help children with autism stay organized, understand where to go to get materials, communicate more effeciently to show what they would like to play with and participate in putting toys away.
We have so many toys and other educational materials at my learning center! I am always on the lookout for new ways to organize them to make each of my little learners happier and more comfortable during their day with us.
I’m sure that as an autism parent, you are always looking for ways to keep clutter a minimum and keep things organized and tidy at home too. Am I right?
It is no easy feat and the struggle is real!
There are ways to keep all of those toys organized and findable though and these 3 creative and functional ways to store toys will help.
This creative storage solution is wonderful for preparing activities around a particular play theme. Keep everything in a small box also makes the activity portable. Extra points!
Create cute bins to coral small items such as crayons, tiny figurines, cars and trains.
I especially love this idea for keeping crayons and other art materials – such as paints, sponge rollers, markers, colored pencils, stamps ink pads and stickers in one place!
You could also use them to store sensory materials such a playdough moulds, pompoms, dried beans, pasta or rice.
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