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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Are you fixing up your child’s bedroom? Then don’t just create a rumble of mess. Put together the furniture and accessories in a way that creates an atmosphere of ease and creativity.

Early childhood is a time when critical skills and abilities develop. As thus, it is important that you maximize the stimulation that comes from your child’s environment. Create a living space that promotes optimal sensory development. Play with colors. Play with themes. If you have a little girl, why not create a little fairyland for her? You can get a twin bed framed with a lovely canopy tent embellished with pretty garlands, ribbons and flowers. Watch your little princess’ bedroom transform into an enchanted fairyland. Or if you have a boy, why not furnish his bedroom with a fire truck-themed bed that reminds him of his dream to be a brave hero someday?

There are three things to consider when fixing up children’s bedrooms: safety, comfort and stimulation. Aside from these three important elements, you must not forget that your little angel wants a nice nest to nestle in. Your child wants a place that feels much like a sanctuary. And it is important that your kid does not only feel security but enjoyment and happiness in your home as well. Make his or her bedroom a reminder of dreams and hope, of family and security. You must plan a theme and look for children's bedroom furniture that matches your little sweetheart’s desire perfectly. Go ahead and make your child’s bedroom a sanctuary and a dreamland.

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Monday, November 26, 2007

There is no doubt about it, play and toys are important to children. Not only because these things make them happy but because they support child development. So forget about frugality and invest in the best that you can possibly give your child.

You may remember the old times. Toys were simpler. There were no batteries or electricity to speak of. You will also remember that you did not have Internet or advanced computer programs to deal with when you were in school. Your child is born in a totally new era. You have about 300,000-array of toys to choose from and many are mobile and highly interactive. Also, your child will have to deal with a more complex world of knowledge when he finally goes to school. The message is clear, times have changed and you must catch up. That is of course if you want what’s best for your kids.

Since your child is facing a future filled with complexities and progress, you must have him prepared by making his childhood conducive to optimal development. Give him the resources and space to explore his environment and to be more mobile. Give him toys that are a tad more stimulating. For this, you can’t rely on your traditional wooden toys anymore. Even now you should already instill in your child the value of being progressive and mobile. For that, you have pedal planes to speak of. These toys are the very embodiment of mobility and interactivity. So go ahead and watch your child ride in style with the latest and most popular toy planes available.

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Teaching your child to be organized may seem as difficult (if not impossible) as sticking a finger in a needle head but it is something you should always try to achieve. And with the right tricks, you can go places with your endeavor.

A person can only be truly successful when he’s mastered the art of organization. And you can only better instill this in a person if you start at a young age. The most effective way to teach your child to be organized is by creating an environment that spells O-R-G-A-N-I-Z-E-D. Organized does not only mean looking neat and tidy, it means being prepared to find the things where you want them and when you want them. This means designating a special place of storage for everything you have. Also, if you wish your child to learn to be organized, you must be organized yourself. Teach by example.

Toys are one amongst your child’s first personal properties. It is with toys that you must start training your child to keep things in place. Now this is where you will find toy storage very helpful. Teach your little sweetie to put back his toys where he got them so he’ll know where to find them the next time he needs them. To make it easier for you to have your child oblige, try and make the whole thing fun. Make it seem like a pretend play (kids always enjoy that) and choose a toy storage that is cute and charming so it won’t fail to capture your child’s attention and interest.

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by: RonJun eShop

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Wondering what to do with a listless kid in this cold weather? Bring out the toy box and play with your toddler. Toys are important for a child’s mental and physical stimulation. Without challenging activities, a child will become listless, irritable, and bored.

If you want some peace and quiet, keep him busy with crayons and interesting coloring books where he can improve his eye-hand coordination and make decisions about what colors to use. A kid’s table and chairs for this activity will not cramp his style.

When the weather’s fine, let him drive around the lawn with one of those pedal cars. Physical exertion will give the needed exercise for a growing body and driving around will strengthen and tone his arm and leg muscles. This physical activity will let him put to use his eye-hand-leg-head coordination and quick thinking. You can also do a bit of a work out by cheerfully running after him.

During the weekends, invite the neighbor’s kids over to play with your child. This is the best way to develop his social skills and teach him to develop friendships.
Let them play in a safe environment where they won’t be bumping into things, or you can marshal them to do puzzles or tell them stories. If they prefer to romp around, be on hand to keep an eye on them. An hour or so of fun won’t tire them out. Afterwards, serve up a hearty snack to cap a nice afternoon for all the children.


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