The Ultimate Organizing a Child's Room Quiz
by Staff
Your child's possessions can really start to add up. Clothes, books, toys and collectibles may seem endless and difficult to control. Take this quiz and learn how you can organize your child's room.

At what age can you reasonably include your child in the organizational process?

  • three years of age
  • four years of age
  • five years of age

What valuable lesson do you teach your child by involving them in the organization process?

  • life skills
  • treating possessions with respect
  • both of the above

What is the first step in organizing your child's room?

  • determining what your child wants to keep
  • removing all the furniture from the room
  • purchasing a new storage system

What is an important factor to consider when choosing a new organization system?

  • the amount the organizational system can store
  • whether your child can organize his/her things independently
  • both of the above

How can you encourage your child to be involved with the inventory process?

  • develop an easy-to-follow inventory chart
  • color code all of your child's items
  • both of the above

What part of your child's room requires detailed inventory?

  • toys
  • clothes
  • books

How can you best limit your child's collectible clutter?

  • throw out any new items
  • limit your child collection to 10 pieces
  • give them a display shelf and store the rest

It's best to store your child's toys only in:

  • the bedroom
  • the living room
  • either of the above

When sorting through your child's toys make categories for:

  • garbage, charity, storage and keep
  • toys, clothes and books
  • either of the above

How can you decrease toy clutter?

  • only keep out toys used very frequently
  • only keep 10 toys and give away the rest
  • either of the above

What are typical child bedroom zones?

  • sleeping and playing zones
  • sleeping, reading and playing zones
  • sleeping, reading, playing and dressing zones

How do you encourage your child to be organized?

  • Involve your child in the organizational process.
  • Encourage your child by being organized yourself.
  • both of the above

Why should you make your children's clothing accessible to them?

  • Young children like dressing themselves.
  • To encourage independent organization.
  • both of the above

A reading zone should have:

  • a comfortable spot
  • proper lighting
  • both of the above

How can you increase storage space in your child's room?

  • purchase bed lifts
  • buy new storage containers
  • either of the above