Parents are all busy these days, trying to juggle work, grocery shopping and laundry and keeping the children safe and happy at the same time. Life is not easy when you have to juggle all the balls and one way of ensuring that your child is safe and happy is to think about creating a special play room for them to use when you are too busy to join in with playtime. Of course if the weather is fine and you have the time to accompany them, (when they are too young to play out by themselves,) then permitting your children to go out to spend their playtime means they will enjoy the fresh air and atmosphere around them. But what about when the weather is not suitable for outdoors play? If you have available room then it’s a great idea to create a separate play room for your children which will mean that all of the ‘stuff’ them deem to be necessary to their play will be shut away when the door is closed, thus keeping the rest of your home looking super tidy! This also means that they have a place which is theirs and not one for the rest of the family to enjoy, which will encourage their imagination and creativity. Open shelving is a great idea in a play room as this means that the children can quickly see where their toys are and also keeps things off the floor when not being played with. Encourage your children to tidy up after they have finished playing which is good training for the future when they will have their own homes to keep neat. Allow them to help you decide on a color and a theme for the room as they will feel involved and will be more interested in keeping things neat and tidy when they have had a hand in the creation.
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