Room To Learn
Renotalk|August - November 2016
Room To Learn

Transform your child’s room into the perfect learning platform with these clever tips.

Most children associate studying with feelings of exhaustion and boredom, which is why most parents have to play a game of tug-of-war on a daily basis in order to get them to partake in any sort of educational activity. By incorporating these creative ideas into your kid’s space, he’ll learn that learning can be all fun and games!.

Alicia Chua

1. Wall Space Is Good Space

To encase your kids in an environment where they’re constantly hyped to learn, make use of the bountiful wall space in their rooms. Be it a portion or an entire wall, cover the area in educational wall decals. Examples include world maps, the solar system, animals, and letters of the alphabet.

How This Benefits Them: Their bedroom doubles as a classroom this way, especially when you take the time to explain these decals to them. Talk them through the educational aspect of your chosen decal, patiently helping them to identify each and every image. It’s time to switch to new decals once they’ve successfully learnt the existing ones by heart.

Oh What Fun!

Decals are incredibly visual so they won’t feel like they’re studying at all. In fact, they’ll be too immersed by the myriad of colours to realise that they’re actually learning! Instead, they’ll be eager to please especially when every successful attempt to memorise means brand new decals for their room.

2. Start A Gallery Wall

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August - November 2016