1. Involve your child.
You want to create a system that works for her. Think of yourself as a professional organizer and your child as a client. Lower yourself to her eye level so you can see things from her point of view.
How do you make it easy for her to put things away? Try to identify what systems worked for her in the past and what didn’t. For example, She might not hang her clothes up because the closet rod is out of reach or her dirty clothes might be on the floor because she doesn’t have a laundry basket in her room.