Published at Sunday, July 14th 2019, 11:20:12 AM by Aubrette Favreau. Bedroom 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 bed covers, bed sheets and curtains, use prints that are either floral or have simple geometrical patterns. Animal prints, prints with alphabets, places, seven wonders of the world, etc. can also be used. For decorative items, it is advisable to not put any glassware or decorative piece in the kids‘ room. Instead, decorate your kids‘ room with games, childish furniture like a bean bag, some soft toys, toy cycle, etc. If possible, leave as much free space as possible in the room for your kid to roam about in the room with hitting at the furniture. Try placing a carpet at one location in the room where your child can sit on the floor and enjoy some games with friends.
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