Our children spend most of their time in their own room, either playing games or studying, watching cartoons, etc. Therefore, it is very important that our kids‘ room should be based on their likes, dislikes and choices. The most important step in deciding for the decoration of your kids‘ room, talk to them to get a clear idea of their preferences, colors, likes, hobbies, etc. this will help in carving a perfect room for your kids.
Does your child routinely lose things or breaks things? If your child loses toys, or items fairly often or you find games or toys broken they most likely are not ready for a cell phone. Phones are expensive and they are not indestructible. Take a look around their bedroom. Are they responsible enough to keep it picked up? I‘m not talking about the white glove treatment here. I‘m referring to whether they have dirty plates with food or glasses half filled laying around that should have been put in the kitchen. Do they clean their bedroom without being asked? Not too many kids will clean their bedroom with out being told. This would really be a sign of responsibility.
For wall painting, go for colors that are bright. The age-old therapy of using blue for boys and pink for girls still works. So, if you lack a creative blend of mind, go for applying this therapy without a doubt. Other colors that work wonders in kids‘ room are rust, sea green, indigo, combination of white and blue, etc. As for room ceiling, if you can afford a false ceiling or a POP, nothing like it. Try realistic imagery on the ceiling, such as sky with stars, the solar system, some "Cinderella" or "Aladdin" fairy tale scene. This will help your kid to enjoy his/her time in the room and give you some free space to talk and spend time with your spouse.
No matter what your reason is for buying a cell phone for your child I think it‘s a good idea to make sure they can be responsible. I know parents who have bought cell phones for their kids and they wind up losing them, or letting their friends borrow them. Before giving one to your child take a couple months to determine if they can handle the responsibility by observing your child and ask yourself:
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