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Learn and Play with These Simple Kids' Space Ideas

Children are creative beings and like that they are in need of a space that will provide them the opportunity to express their imagination and their creative side. A perfect children’s room should be equipped in a way where children will be motivated to learn, create and develop more in certain spheres of life. So as their parents, it is up to you to provide your children with a splendid little nook where they can be free to explore the depths of their ingenuity. So these are a couple of ideas that could set you in the right direction:


Surely the most important aspect of the complete space is the actual atmosphere in the room. Children need a comfortable space where they can feel pleasant and relaxed while playing and learning. A creative surrounding is of crucial importance for them. Fortunately this can be easily accomplished by implementing warm and cheerful colors and a small comfy learning nook with all the supplies one kid needs. A very important factor here is the fact that children spend a lot of their time playing on the floor. It is a good idea to implement different sized rugs with letters, numbers or geographical terms, which could have an educational purpose as well.


Cicero once said that a room without books is like a body without a soul. Books enable us to peek into the most secluded areas of our imagination and allow our dreams to become a reality. This is exactly why children should be encouraged form an early age to read. A bookshelf is without a doubt an obligatory object in a children’s room. Create a habit of reading with your children. Start a tradition by reading a bedtime story every night before sleep.

Educational Toys

Toys are an essential part of childhood. It is a fact that playing represents one of the best methods of learning. This is why providing a child with a proper set of toys is of great importance. Toys have great value and can greatly affect children’s development. Always make sure to seek toys that have constructive value from which children can learn something new. For instance, dolls and stuffed animals enable them to explore their imagination through role playing. On the other hand, board games are a great way for children to grasp the concept of competition and get in touch with their emotional side.

Interactive Objects

Beside toys and learning supplies there are a lot of additional objects that could be implemented in a room which could greatly contribute to their learning process. For instance, a chalkboard wall enables them to express their creative side. Also, children are after all quite visual so putting up a whiteboard or any similar object is quite a good learning experience. Mapped wallpapers represent a very innovative way of teaching children the basics of geography, wildlife and similar.

Good Habits

It is really important to teach our children to maintain good habits throughout life, starting form an early age. This can be accomplished by enrolling together in some family activities. For instance, toy collecting is a great way of teaching children to be tidy, organized and diligent. It can serve both as an educational method but also as a fun for the whole family. Helping them make a collection of their favorite characters like the very popular Davey boys’ toys bobbleheads or action figures can be a great practice for children to learn how to value certain things.


When children become a bit older and start to grasp the concept of technology, internet and video games, it would be a good idea to add a computer to the room. Of course there should be a clear schedule for using it, so your child would not get lost in the virtual world. Computers offer actually a great deal of educational games that could be useful for children to develop their cognitive and motor skills, but also to get acquainted with other methods of learning.

Providing your children with a comfortable and pleasant space is one of the ways to encourage them to be more expressive and to motivate them to learn new things and develop in the right direction. A well thought out surrounding is the best start for any child.

About guest author:

Tracey Clayton is a full time mom of three girls. She loves cooking, baking, sewing, spending quality time with her daughters and she’s passionate for writing. She is contributor on High Style Life and her motto is: “Live the life you love, love the life you live.” Find her on Facebook.

  • Tracy Freese
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