While I was talking with a friend‘s ten year old daughter she told me how she needs a cell phone. Having a pretty good relationship with her I knew this girl was not a very responsible person. She‘s a smart girl. But she‘s like most ten year old kids; she just doesn‘t take care of any of her toys or clean her room, and very often doesn‘t turn in her homework.
If there‘s a bedroom furniture piece that deserves to be called an ingenious creation, it‘s the kid‘s bunk beds. These beds have provided answers to the space issues that confronted so many parents for years. It‘s undeniable that children get crammed into small bedroom spaces. Equipping their bedroom with two separate beds will instantly obliterate the space that could be assigned for study desks or dresser units.
Add a second closet bar at a lower lever. This second bar can be used to hang additional clothing and can help make it easier for the kids to help put away clothes. Purchase lots of small, sturdy hangers designed to hold children clothes. Pick up any dirty laundry that may be lying around the room. A great way to encourage kids to put their dirty laundry away is placing a basketball hoop over the laundry basket. This way your kids will see putting away the laundry as a fun thing to do.
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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