To limit clutter, take toys away and store them elsewhere when you notice your child doesn’t play with them any longer. Either donate the older toys or use them again as a replacement for other toys later on. Store these toys in another room to keep from overcrowding your child’s room.
Make a Game Out of Clean-Up
When your child’s room gets messy, set certain times for clean-up to lessen the headache of re-organizing their room. To keep them engaged, turn cleaning into a game by setting a timer to see how fast they can put away their toys. This way, they’re likely to view cleaning as a fun activity rather than a chore.