How to make the space of children’s interactive, functional and, of course, fun – will tell our recommendations and tips.
We organize a zone of creativity
Well-organized storage system will help your young artist to keep order and easily find the necessary items for creativity. Use the wall above the table and place the accessories on a Board with holes (pegboard), rails or magnetic boards.Plastic and metal containers, jars, decorative buckets will also be useful.
Create a wall gallery
Even the smallest artist dreams of his own personal exposition. Instead of cluttering up children’s masterpieces refrigerator, put them in a frame and hang on the wall. On the walls you can use vinyl stickers, which can also depict trees or other elements, for example, from children’s cartoons.
Children like when their toys are in sight. Therefore, for the children’s perfect low rack with open and accessible shelves.
It is convenient to store toys in transparent or translucent boxes. The child will be easier to find the right toy.
For older children, you can use textile or wicker baskets with inscriptions about the contents.
Expanding the scope for creativity
Children’s creativity sometimes knows no boundaries, and when the imagination does not fit on the pages of the albums, the drawings begin to spread to the walls and floor. Surprise your artist and let him draw on the wall painted with slate paint.
If there is no possibility to allocate the whole wall for creativity, chalk boards and paper cloths which are mounted directly on a wall will become quite good alternative.
Stimulate the love of books from early childhood – arrange a special cozy corner for reading. It can be a comfortable chair, a soft Mat and even a window sill.
It is important that the corner is well lit and the books are within reach of the child.
We make a secluded corner for games
All children just love play houses, but, unfortunately, not every child has a sufficient number of meters.
Come up with a small secluded fun place to play. It can be a textile wigwam, a small house made of cardboard or plywood, or an area separated from the rest of the space by curtains.