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  1. This is a good start, and you have probably noticed that your child really only plays with 3 or 4 different toys on a given afternoon. (They throw around a lot more.)

    I built a toy cabinet for my grandson that has a “home” for each toy, has acrylic doors so he can see each toy and, most important, has an interlock mechanism so that he MUST PUT ONE TOY BACK before he can get out another one. That completely eliminated toy clutter (except on Christmas day). Now that he is a little older, he appreciates when neighborhood kids come over that they can get only one of his car models out at a time and can’t bang them together.

    You can see a video at my website.

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