Toys and toys and more toys!!

I am tired of picking up and organizing DD's toys. They are all over the house. How do you store them. I thought of a toy chest but they turn our to be quite pricy. Any and all ideas are welcome.

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    06/30/15
    5Tabitha
    We have toy shelf that has a bunch of little bins, that helps. Bins, totes without the lids work good, too.

    We try to get rid of a toy for every toy they get. Broken toys go to the trash. Stuffed toys go to the firehouse who give them to kids in the hospital.
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    08/13/15
    Melissa Middleton
    I like that method. :)
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      07/01/15
      Donate or sell ones she doesn't use store some in closets and take out occasionally to play with stuffed toys are in a hanging net and some are in a big red bucket. We have some toys that are just near a wall/ corner of the room that she plays in.
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      08/13/15
      Melissa Middleton
      I wish mine would, even trying to teach my son to is a challenge. He'd rather throw the toys. With my daughter, we started an allowance so she has some chores. I cannot wait until my son is old enough to understand the concept of cleaning and putting his toys away more.
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        08/13/15
        Melissa Middleton
        A tote will work well as a toy chest, and they are inexpensive. I use those cloth containers and plastic containers and plastic dressers to house a lot of their toys. I need to get a shelf storage unit for my daughter's room though. I used old cabinets for my son's toys and turned one into a toy chest.

        As Elena suggested, open bins and baskets will work great, too.
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