Family Command Center
1. Location counts Think of the most popular spot in the home and locate your zone in this area. Often it will be off the kitchen or in the family living area. It needs to be readily available and practical.
2. Add Storage
You need to have a lot of storage space that is easy to access and highly visible. Don't get old style cabinet and drawers, instead look to open shelves and storage options to offer a lot of visibility. Think of the type of things you will need to organize and choose binders, portfolios, bins and other forms of storage containers that suit your needs.
3.Electronics central Your command space will also be home to all the gadgets. This includes tablets, smartphones, and laptops, allowing parents to keep track of items. Run charging cables onto shelves and use clips and hooks to keep cables organized and prevent hours spent looking for devices and cables.
4. Display area
Use a cork board, white board or a combination of options to keep items that need to be seen clearly visible. Large items can be stored in wall-mounted pocket folders, one for each child.
5. Everything Needed
Keep pencils, pens, note paper and supplies on shelves or in bins or baskets at the command center. Busy parents don't need to hunt items down; they are always there at your fingertips.
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