They have their ways of doing it. My son dumps it all in a pile on the floor while watching TV. I have encouraged him to do what my daughter does to make it easier. See the picture below.
So here it is:
Step 1. Take laundry from dryer to room where you are going to fold it.
Step 2. Separate clothes into categories. My daughter had me make signs for her - pants, shirts, skirts for the girls, pajamas and socks and undies.
Step 3. Fold. Below is a video of a little invention I made for them to make folding easier.
* I got this idea from reading I Heart Organizing's blog a long time ago. She had a picture of this thing. It is a FLIPFOLDER from the Container store and it costs $21.99.
Get one if you want or if you happen to have a thin, long box that used to hold wipes like this one:
|from Sam's Club|
Then you can do this on the video below. I used these basic instructions but really I just kind of figured it out myself.
Step 4. Put away - "Please, put them away. Please put away your clothes. Could you please put away those clothes. Can you get the clothes off the Futon and put them away in your drawers? Please." Let's be honest that is how it usually goes.