PREPARE YOUR KID’S ROOM FOR SCHOOL!

IT IS POSSIBLE TO ENABLE YOUR CHILDREN DO THEIR HOMEWORK EASILY BY DECORATING THEIR ROOM CONVENIENTLY.

Your child goes to school now and your biggest wish for him or her is to study regularly and do it with care. In fact, it is not hard to accomplish that. You can decorate your child’s room in a special way that he or she would enjoy doing homework or spending time in it. Here are some tips to do that…

GET YOUR CHILD’S OPINION
If you want your children to like their rooms, you can include them in the whole decorating process from getting their opinions about how they would like to decorate their rooms to where to place their furniture. This way, they would study and spend their time more productively in a room, which was decorated to their taste. In addition, giving them the responsibility would contribute to their development.

SOOTHING COLORS
You should choose soothing colors since the colors that are used in children’s study areas affect their motivation directly. The experts suggest the use of clear, light, and pastel tones of green and blue.

ARRANGE THE ROOM WELL
Shelves where your child can store his or her books and a desk should take place in your child’s study area. The desk should be in an appropriate height to support your child’s height and it should be placed where it can get sunshine from the right direction. You can allow your child to hang posters on the walls without going overboard. This would also motivate them as developing their imagination at the same time.

ANGLE OF LIGHT IS IMPORTANT
Light is important to create an appropriate study environment. Indirect lighting that won’t bother your child’s eyes prevents eyestrain and distractibility. You can use a floor lamp for general lighting and a desk lamp on the desk.

SOLUTION FOR SIBLINGS
If your children have to share the same room, you should create private corners for them to make them feel that they are special. You can use either a bunk bed or separate beds if you have enough space. You can also place shelf units between the beds for their toys. This would separate their beds while allowing them to have private spaces of their own. Same rule goes for their desks.