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.
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.
Redecorate your kid‘s bedroom for this spring can be a blast for both parents and children. It is the best time to change the look and feel of your kid‘s bedroom with the more fresh and stylish spring designs. It also gives parents a chance to de-clutter their kid‘s bedroom. Began redecorating choosing a cool and fun bedding set. Bright, open spaces for this spring is what we are looking for. Polka dot duvet covers opens up small spaces and brightens up the bedroom in an instant. Duvet cover sets will also protect their old bedding and keep the bed smelling clean and fresh. Coordinate the duvet set with either a coordinating polka dot rug or a solid color shaggy rug. The shaggy rug compliments the modern look of a polka dot duvet cover.
Does your child try to do the best they can, or do they tend to give up when it gets tough? By having a cell phone a child will need to be able to stand up to other kids in case of bullying. If they tend to roll over and give up on tasks that seem hard they probably won‘t be able to say "No, you cannot borrow my cell phone". If you have assigned chores for them do they actually do it without you reminding them? A reminder now and then is okay, but if you have to constantly be on top of them to do what they are suppose to do doesn‘t pass the test.
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