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Creating a Comfortable Playroom for Children in The House

As parents, of course you want to give the best for your baby, and will try your best to make it happen. Along with the development of the child, of course the facilities also support, for example, playing. Playing is one of the means for a child’s growth and development, and of course it requires the participation of parents to supervise and assist. Nowadays, you don’t have to bother going to entertainment venues, waiting for sunday or even going out of town to make it happen. You can do it at home and every day. Already planning to build your baby’s playroom?

The first thing to do is to choose a room that will be used as a play area. There are several options to consider whether to be combined with the child’s room or in separate. If it is in bedroom area, it will save on the use of child’s play area. Meanwhile, a separate playroom is more suitable for wider home. The play area can also be placed on one corner of the family room, so you can interact and at the same time supervise the child’s behavior, but you can continue your activities. To separate the play area from the family room, there is no need to use a partition or have to build a new wall, starting with differentiating the color of the walls and carpets, which is enough to be a barrier between the family room and your children play area.

When you have started sorting out what furniture is suitable for your baby’s play equipment. You can start with simple items such as a few cabinets, tables and chairs. Because over time your baby’s toy collection will increase and the appropriate storage media is needed. In addition, choose neutral furniture colors so that when they grows up, the furniture can be reused and doesn’t waste a lot of home appliances.

Furthermore, choosing the color for a child’s playroom is quite easy and very fun. Babies usually respond quickly to bright colors and large patterns. But don’t just use the main color. You can use other colors. Don’t be afraid to create colors in your child’s playroom.

Interactive decorations will help the children’s learning process. For example, by attaching a toy picture label on the toy shelf. By that way, they will learn to tidy up toys neatly. Labels like this can be used until they are adults. The difference is, the toy shelf will probably turn into a bookshelf. To provide labels, use simple sticker paper. Or you can also choose the game that can educate and teach children to think, such as puzzles, arranging blocks or other things.

Not to forget, the safety of the baby is also important. For example, such as safe wall paint that is used to paint children’s room walls, easy-to-swallow play tools, furniture that does not contain hazardous materials or don’t puts dangerous materials around your baby such as needles, scissors, cutters, or other dangerous tools.

–sh