toys

As a child, toys become an integral part of our kids’ lives. There are so many memories attached with a single toy. Memory they illicit are not bound to the object themselves. Passing them on to others may help others form new memories. Here are some simple ways through which you can discard old toys depending upon the emotional attachment one has. But before discarding the toy, click a picture of it. Though the toy is gone, yet it helps to relive the same old memories. The best part is- it takes less space.
Sort toys in different piles:
Separate kids toys into different piles. Make one pile for the broken and loose pieces ones. Let the other pile have toys in good condition, but one is not interested in playing with it anymore. The third one is for the rarest ones you have, like the antique ones. The last my mind can think of, one which you do not wish to discard at all.
The ones you feel you cannot discard keep them aside labeled. When you are ready to discard, you know which ones to look for.
Donate and selling:
Drop toys to a local hospital, orphanage or anywhere where they are required and can help other children in enhancing their skills.
Find the worth of your toys. There are internet searches that tell about the monetary value of your toy. Look for online auctions and do the honors.
One can also drop their toy in toy library. Whenever one wishes seeing their old toy, a quick visit to the toy library is a good idea.

Though we become close to toys, yet it is important to discard the previous ones. When the old ones will go, then only the new ones can be welcomed.

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