Kids with learning disabilities and special needs like ADD, ADHD and dyspraxia have a tough time with organization skills. So, kids like mine get labeled as "messy students" before the first week of school is even through. While busting down the classroom door in his defense would feel good, it won't do anyone any good. These sneaky ways to help "messy" kids stay organized at school will help them succeed in the classroom and at home.Read Full Story
We all know how important it is to start reading to your children at a young age. We start stockpiling children's books as soon as we find out we're pregnant! Am I right? Before you know it, there are piles upon piles of board books, soft books, touch-and-feel books, books that rhyme, books that play music, books that you read at bedtime… the list goes on. How can we keep them all organized?Read Full Story
Far too often, our closet is the most disorganized, scary place in our whole home. There are a lot of excuses for this — not enough space, not enough time, not enough energy to fight the chaos. Well, no more! Ikea has shown us the way to an organized, dreamy closet. It's simple, we promise.Read Full Story
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