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Craft Organization - I like the idea of bins like this. I bet you could find some cheap ones at the dollar store!

organize using a garage shelf. Could even put in the garage if there isnt space in the house

Four plastic crates are zip tied together to form one big divided crate. The elastic cord handle lets them carry their toys easily.

Dollar-Store Closets

Convert four plastic crates into one big toy caddy that lifts from the floor to a closet shelf when playtime ends. Use plastic zip ties to connect the crates and add an elastic cord with hook ends as a handle. Sort lightweight plastic toys into the bins.

Daily toy rotation bins. Divide kids' toys into four bins and switch them every day. The pieces stay together, and they are excited to see them every morning. I'm on week 2 and in love. My kids actually play with the Mr. Potato Head again, and the messes are a fourth the size.

The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Toy Rotation Bins- simple toy rotation system!

An amazing play space over at Small Potatoes - I love all these tips and ideas for organizing toys and resources.

An amazing play space over at Small Potatoes. wow, that is an organized play space all right! a lot more stuff than I have/need/want but some good ideas.