Children's Toy Rotation System

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5 comments:

  1. Wow! This is AMAZING! Thanks so much for sharing our system. The way you've taken it, applied it to the Waldorf model and created such an organized system has blown me away. I can't wait to share!

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    1. Thank YOU for putting the domains into an understandable plain speak, making it so much easier to sort our toys into appropriate categories! I must read your other post where you simplify into only two categories! Thanks for stopping by and leaving such lovely feedback, it really made my day :)

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  2. Ah I'm so glad you wrote this! I've been looking on some clear cut methods for toy rotation but haven't found anything simple enough (not that it's rocket science... I just wanted to be told how/when/why/what!)

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  3. This is just what we need! I found you during the Organised Housewife 20 day challenge. Never going to be a quick job, I was waiting until I had time to do it properly, so this week it is! We've just had two birthday, so due for a toy review anyhow!

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  4. Absolutely brilliant Amie. I love getting organised and this is exactly what I needed. Thank you! Xoxo P

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