Take Everything Out of the Closet.The first step is to create a blank slate. You should start by taking everything out of your child’s closet. This will allow you to see exactly what is in the closet, so you can sort the items later. Make sure you set aside items that do not actually belong in your child’s room, such as overflow
Get Down to Your Child’s LevelYou should look at the closet from your child’s perspective. Most closet bars and shelves are at an adult height, which makes it difficult for your child to put things away on their own. You may want to consider lowering the bar, adding a second bar, or even adding additional child-height shelves.