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Having children multiplies clutter in your house to the nth power. Toys, clothes, school papers, dioramas of the solar system, tiny action figures, the list goes on. It started out as your house, but somehow it's been taken over by the kids and their stuff.

You canreclaim your home from kid clutter by following seven simple rules from life coaches and family counselors:

1. De-Clutter in Manageable Bits

When you look at your chaos-filled house, the idea of decluttering it seems overwhelming. So don’t. Instead, take 30 minutes a day to put one small part of your house in order -- the junk drawer, your shoe rack, your kids’ art supplies. After a week or two, you’ll start seeing a big difference in your home.

2. Save the Best From Each Child

Your child will bring home a virtual Louvre of art projects and worksheets almost every week, says Debi Silber, MS, RD, author of A Pocket Full of Mojo: 365 Proven Strategies To Create Your Ultimate Body, Mind, Image and Lifestyle. You may feel like the Grinch when you toss some of it, but the alternative is to end up a hoarder. Silber suggests tossing rote worksheets and other generic stuff right away. But save standout artwork and star projects in a file box in your kitchen or den, one file box for each child.

"At the end of the school year, go through the box and decide what you really want to keep, then put it in a plastic bin in the attic or the basement with a label on it for name, age, and grade," Silber says.

3. Color Your Children's World

If you have more than one child, color code easily misplaced or disorganized things by child. For one child, a blue bath towel, lunch box, and toothbrush. Red for another. Green for another. "That way it’s easy to know what belongs to whom, and who needs to put something away," says Silber.

4, Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down on Kids Old Toys

Involve your children in choosing when it’s time to get rid of toys, sports equipment, and other stuff.

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