As parents, we give importance to those things that our kids need especially in their bedrooms where we stack most of their clothes, playthings and their precious knick knacks, etc. Just like most of the furniture that you have in your home, it is also important that you invest on your children‘s bedroom furniture. Kids at this stage in their lives do not really care how fanciful or the sentimental value of the things around them. But as kids who are really prone to accidents, the furniture that we will bring in on their bedroom should speak of three things, durable, fun as well as safe.
Remember to tie those consequences back to the privilege of having a cell phone. I have found when you involve your child in making the rules it is easier for them to keep the rules and they tend to remember them. Keep in mind some kids can take the care needed to handle the responsibilities of a cell phone, but others may not be ready. Cell phones are not for everyone. Examine your motives for giving your child a cell phone; it may be more for your comfort than for your child.
Bedroom bookcases can get little kids curious about books. Parents can put a variety of reading materials in the shelf such as picture books, atlases, bedtime storybooks, children‘s comics and magazines. It is also important that the bookcases look fun and exciting to kids. There are lots of whimsical bookcases that can be bought in children‘s bedroom furniture stores. Children will absolutely love bookcases that look like fire hydrants, space shuttles, doll houses, castles, tree trunks and so on.
These questions can tell you a lot about whether your child is responsible enough to handle a cell phone. If you find after a couple weeks of observing that improvement is needed in those areas. Sit down with your child and explain that you are thinking about buying them a cell phone, and you need to see that they are responsible enough to use one. Talk with them about how having a cell phone is a privilege and not a right. And that they need to earn that privilege. Let them know the areas where they need to improve and what you expect from them.
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