Get Your Game On the Organized Way!

Don’t waste time searching for missing game pieces! Instead, create an organized space the family can turn to when you are ready to get your game on! Here are a few tips to get you started.

-Choose a location to store your games within easy access but not right in the middle of your child’s everyday play toys.
-Keep like-sized with like-sized and don’t stack the boxes too high! Make it easy to take out what you need and more importantly be able to put back.
-Keep a shoe box sized “lost and found” container to corral any missing pieces you might find around the house. When you pull out a game, quickly look through the container to see if any of those pieces belong to that game.

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