DMP 10 Week Home Organization Challenge – Week 7: Bath Toys

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Being organized as a parent can help lead to a stress free life, save time, help create new space and teach your children how to be organized.  Do you need some help in this area?  Join us in our 10 week Home Organization Challenge.  We provide 10 weeks of organization that you can do along with us to help declutter, organize and reclaim your home.  Follow the entire challenge here and on Pinterest.

As a parent most of us know how fast kids can create a mess with their toys.  With regular toys you can just pick them up and put them away (need some regular toy storage ideas?).  But with bath toys you have to store them while letting them dry properly so you don’t get a build up of mold (keep bath toys clean).  Sometimes that is easier said than done unless you have some sort of organization system in place.  Here are some ideas to help you organize your kid’s bath toys:

Toy Organizer Storage Basket – Not only does this storage basket help store and dry out your toys it also makes a great divider between kids if you are bathing more than one at a time.

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Create the Great Wall in Your Bath Tub

 

Storage using a shower bar and buckets – Take a trip to your local hardware store and make your own storage solution using a few items.

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Math Your Own Storage Solution

 

Scoop Drain and Toy Organizer – This is is great because you just scoop up the toys and then hang on the wall to dry.

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Scoop Away the Mess

 

Frog Pod Bath Scoop – It scoops, stores and helps dry.  Plus the kids will love the fact that it’s a frog!

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BPA free, Phthalate free and PVC free

 

The $1.00 Storage Solution – Cheap and effective.

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On a budget? Try this option.

Thomas Brogan

Thomas Brogan, a native of Des Moines, was the original founder of Des Moines Parent and is a father to an 8 & 10-year-old. In his free time, he likes to explore nature, try new local restaurants and enjoy life as best as he can. Check out more of Thomas at www.broganlist.com.