Children’s day this year is without the usual outings to recreational parks, march-pasts at schools, etc, because of the current pandemic. We are celebrating the kids at home with other creative activities. In this post, I suggest adding one or two decor ideas to their room(s) as a gift to them. So what do you think of:
A One-side Mural
This should not take too much paint because you are not painting the whole room. Simple designs that you can do yourself would be preferable or else you have a painter that will do the work with the safety guidelines. Let your child choose the design as a way of involving her/him. My bet is that s/he will be so happy about this project. PS: An easier way is to buy and put up wall paper with the desired designs.
You can hardly think of children’s spaces or items without thinking colourful. With the help of colours, children’s learning objectives can be channeled through decor items. Think of alphabets, numbers, the solar system, the periodic table, maps, the body system and so on, they can be decorative.
Also instead of the regular book shelves, you could gift your little ones with floating book shelves that can display the cover rather than the spine of their colourful books (I think it may help with drawing children to reading more). They are easy and affordable to build and install as they do not require a lot of material.
A parent’s words to their child form their first internal voice. So we need to keep speaking right to our children. Using beautifully designed framed text printable with those important words is also a great way of building them up positively.
Tell me which of the ideas you are considering or do you have something else in mind? Let me know in the comment box below. And please you all should continue to stay safe/well!