As parents, we know that kids are fresh, radiant, bustling with ideas, super energetic and always up to creating something. They are wise but sometimes it's important to channelise their energies towards something constructive. A lot of time they already know what they want and what they don't. Like adults, they don't like to be told all the time. But as a parent, it's crucial to put some method in the madness.
Things such as arranging their toys after play, cleaning up their mess if inculcated from the beginning can serve better as they grow old.
Kids are energetic but their attention span is very less. If they are playing with a certain set of toys, within a span of a few minutes they would move to another set of things. It can range from solving puzzles, playing with blocks, doing some colouring, pretend play, so on and so forth.
A lot of play hopping happens especially when it is indoor playtime and it adds to a whole lot of mess. By the end of all the play, they are either extremely hungry, exhausted or just not willing to clean up. Even otherwise spreading things across is always easier than putting them together. It's important that they are made to realise gently and in early years, that cleaning up is a part of playing. This way, it wouldn't create a hassle for them.
Following tips can help you to follow a cleanup regime with your kids: