These critter toothbrush covers are so adorable kids might want to brush their teeth! Make it easier for them with shelves that keep supplies within reach.To make: Remove the lid of a wooden box. Use a 5â„8-inch bit to drill a hole on one long edge, one inch from the left corner. Smooth with sandpaper. Paint the inside of the box with acrylic paint; let dry. Stamp on your child's name; let dry. Apply two coats of spray varnish over the paint to seal.
Encourage independence in little ones with a sturdy step that folds flat when company's coming.
Rhino step stool, $13; kikkerland.com
A cheerful sign brightens the grumpiest day—and saves you from nagging the kids to wash up.To make: Start with a canvas-backed print or painting. Adhere letter stickers to the canvas, making sure to press down firmly around the edges. Use acrylic paint to cover the surface completely (have the kids brush outward from the letters to avoid getting paint underneath); apply a second coat if needed. Gently peel off the letters while still wet, then let dry completely.
An easy-open container keeps cotton swabs clean and at the ready for disinfecting cuts and more.
Let your kids pick this one out! They'll love a wild design—and it's less risky than having them weigh in on the living room décor.
Badbäck shower curtain, $8; and Lí¶nnern hand towel, $4; Ikea stores
A silly orangutan helps keep clothes off the floor. Built-in handles fold closed at the top; open them to tote the bin to the laundry.
Orangutan hamper, $20; 3sprouts.com
This hanging caddy's flexible rubber arms grip products of any shape or size, so kids can dollop shower gel right into their hands.
Shower Squid, $36; uncommongoods.com