The Ultimate Organizing Kids' Toys Quiz
by Staff
Crayons, paper, stickers, paint, paintbrushes, blocks, puzzles, doll clothes, books -- the list seems endless. No wonder why a child's playroom is always in a state of constant chaos. Your child's world doesn't have to be disorganized and cluttered. Take this quiz and learn how you can organize your child's toys.

What is the most important thing when cleaning your house?

  • organization
  • clutter management
  • throwing away garbage

What areas of a house never seems to stay clean when you have kids?

  • play areas
  • bathroom and kitchen
  • kitchen and bedrooms

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

  • sorting
  • buying appropriate containers
  • buying new furniture

Storage containers that house toys should be:

  • durable
  • easy to use
  • both of the above

How often should you give away or throw away unwanted toys?

  • every few months
  • every year
  • every few years

Once you've sorted through your child's toy, what should you do next?

  • buy new storage bins
  • take inventory
  • buy new toys

Your child will likely be _________ with fewer possessions.

  • happier
  • more sad
  • upset

You should sort toys into:

  • keep, garbage and donate categories
  • bedroom, playroom and storage categories
  • popular, broken and unwanted toys

How much involvement should your child have in this sorting process?

  • no involvement
  • minimal involvement
  • moderate involvement

What should you do once you've narrowed down your child's toys?

  • Put the toys into bins.
  • Organize the toys into categories.
  • Buy new, age-appropriate toys.

What type of “play zones” should you create in the playroom?

  • coloring zone, reading zone and playing zone
  • costume zone, building zone and coloring zone
  • either of the above

What is a handy organizational tool for organizing your child's possessions?

  • a label maker
  • sandwich bags
  • little bins

Get great organization ideas by visiting:

  • a home furniture store
  • your child's school
  • a toy store

What should you do with broken toys?

  • throw them out
  • donate them
  • keep them

What should you do if you involve your child in the organizational process?

  • Give them a reward afterward.
  • Set some ground rules.
  • both of the above

What should you foster in your child when going through their toys?

  • the importance of donation
  • the principle of materialism
  • both of the above

What type of toys should you keep in the family?

  • durable and plastic toys
  • used and worn toys that are not broken
  • both of the above

Store keepsakes and family heirloom toys in:

  • a outdoor storage unit
  • the unfinished basement
  • the attic

What furniture item is worth the investment when organizing your child's playroom?

  • shelving
  • a storage system
  • both of the above

What type of storage bin is best when organizing your child's playroom?

  • clear storage bins
  • uncovered baskets
  • both of the above