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7 ways to make Kids room more Engaging..

The place your kid lives and grows has the impact on their growth and development, and as they grow, they will remember the memories of their space, to understand themselves, their likes and dislikes and character. Hence we feel, Kids rooms are a special place to be honoured in a home ! We listed a few ways for you to make your kid’s space more engaging.

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1.Be Creative with the Walls

Is there a way you could make your kids willingly give up scribbling on the walls? Never, and you don’t have to. Because it is the easiest way to accommodate all their creativity, and with creative ideas you can turn a blank wall into an interactive area for children learning and playing. And that’s why you need to find an interactive wall you want and what is best suited for your children. There are a lot of interactive wall options available.

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2.Seat them with a style

Throw off those Professional formal looking adult work chairs for your Kids study desk .Replace them with small cushions or a bean bag where your kids could comfortably sit and do their homework. Create their study space near a window for good Natural light and to keep their mind fresh.

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3.Playful Platform in Place

Most of us grew up playing in a wide open ground, park or even on the streets which was very much a usual thing while we were growing up. While now it is a challenge to find such places for your kids to play and explore physically as we did. Why not give them a little of your adventurous part of a childhood by bringing some interactive physical tasks inside their own space. There are lot of fun physical activities like Monkey bars,Rock climbing walls etc.

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4.Learn while you Play..Double Happiness !

By playing, children learn and develop. Children become very absorbed while playing and they feel good about themselves. Introduce them to better toys that help them learn while having fun as well. For example, Building blocks, jigsaws and shape sorters can help with recognising different shapes and sizes, putting things in order and developing logic. Get simpler baskets or install easy pull out drawers to store their toys.There are plenty of fun educational toys out there!

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5.Interactive Lights

We give a very little thought about how light brings comfort, function and personality into your space, especially when it comes to your kids room. Whether to protect your newborn’s eyes, scare off the monsters in the toddler’s room, or light up your teenager’s room. A night lamp beside your kid’s bed will be helpful while you read to your kid at night.

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6. Not too much color on the walls

Paint your kids room in Neutral colors such as beige, olive, charcoal, dreamy pink etc., And achieve your theme further by giving colors to your  rugs, cushions and decors. So it’s easier to change the theme of your kids room every time your kid has a new favourite color. It’s easier to replace these than dealing with the walls.

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7. Stock the needy

You don’t want to let your kid miss out on something just because they don’t have the right tools on hand. So keep some different types of pens and pencils, erasers, papers, cards and a dictionary on their desk as these help them to explore. You can incorporate flashcards in which you and your child can create flashcards as they grow.

More importantly, let your children participate in setting up their room as much as possible. Consider their choice of what goes in their room and if they are old enough, let them choose the color they want. The point is to really help your kid feel that it is their special space and you are creating it with them, for them.

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