Item description for Organized Kidz: E-Z Solutions for Clutter-Free Living by Debbie R Williams...
Got kid clutter? Does it always seem that "organization" means YOU clean and THEY destroy? It can appear that getting yourself and your kids organized and keeping things that way is Mission Impossible. Not so! Professional organizing strategist and homeschooling mom, Debbie Williams, teaches you how you and your kids can get excited about getting organized. You'll learn quick and fun steps getting your children to help with organization and upkeep of their rooms and other rooms in the house. Keeping things neat and tidy will soon feel like a game that both you and your kids will enjoy. During the course of this book, you'll discover: * how to become an AWESOME Organizer in four easy steps * five steps to discovering more hours in your day * how to establish a creative and inviting space for your children using learning styles, paper management and so much more! When you teach your kids creative organizing solutions to contain their clutter and involve them in the organizing process, you'll be thrilled at their eagerness to keep things clean and in place.
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Studio: Let's Get It Together
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 7.3" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Aug 31, 2005
Publisher Let's Get It Together
ISBN 0972698337 ISBN13 9780972698337
Reviews - What do customers think about Organized Kidz: E-Z Solutions for Clutter-Free Living?
More fluff and repetition rather than substance Aug 20, 2008
This book has some good information, but there is a lot of fluff and repetition, as well as empty pages for you to write notes on after every chapter. If the book were printed properly without so much double-spacing and blank pages, it would be less than half the size.
The book seems to be directed at parents, yet the authors write as if children are the readers. As an adult reading it, the writing style gets annoying rather quickly. And if your child is a sophisticated reader, he or she will probably be annoyed by it as well.