We organize a room for a student
In order for your child to be comfortable and comfortable in his room, it is important to properly organize the working space of the children's room.
- Ideally, each child should have its own territory, bright, sunny room with plenty of room for games and activities. To make it easier to maintain cleanliness, try not to clutter up the room with unnecessary furniture and details. It is not necessary to divide the room into the educational, game parts and recreation area, psychologists believe that this will help make learning an element of the game.
- Be sure to choose furniture with your childconsidering first of all his interests and hobbies, features of character and inclinations.
- Be sure to consider the favorite and unloved colors of the child. If the color is chosen correctly, this will create a feeling of harmony, comfort, and an unsuccessful color combination will cause discomfort and fatigue.
- It is better to give preference to gentle, soft tones.They soothe and do not irritate children's eyes. Bright colors look great in a nursery, but it is important not to overload the space with bright color.
- It is recommended that you change the color composition from time to time. children's premises.
|Red||Stimulates activity||It prevents sleep, excites|
|Yellow||Creates comfort and good mood, promotes communication, increases the speed of visual perception||Not recommended for sleep problems.|
|Blue||Develops mental abilities, calms||May increase depressed mood|
|Blue||Relaxes, helps to fall asleep||May enhance depressed mood|
|Green||Soothes, promotes emotional development, activates mental and logical abilities||Sometimes it makes it difficult to concentrate|
|White||Energizes and cleanses||May lead to feelings of alienation, gloom|
|Pink||Reduces aggression, relaxes, causes a feeling of comfort, a sense of security||Causes drowsiness|
|Brown||Helps to concentrate, instills a sense of security||Associated with melancholy|
|Gray||Relaxes, helps to fall asleep||Enhances indecision|
Right size. You can check whether the table is suitable for your child right in the store: when planting, the edge of the table should be at chest level (so that the child can lean on the elbows), the legs should be at right angles, and the knees should never support the table from below. Often, a table is sold immediately complete with a chair, however, before buying, you still need to make sure your child is comfortable sitting on it.
The light. Correct lighting is very important, as too bright or dim light can provoke fatigue and spoil vision. The table should stand next to the window so that the light falls on the left, and for left-handed children on the right. If the room is adequately lit by daylight, it is not necessary to turn on a table lamp. In the dark, you can’t limit yourself to one table lamp so that the rest of the room is dark — such a contrast can cause fatigue and decrease visual acuity. During the child’s activities, the room must be reflected diffused light. It is best to use a combination of wall sconces or a light cornice and a light above the work area.
Boys and girls. Girls and boys need different conditions, because they have different brain structures and different rates of maturation. Boys need brighter lighting than girls; in low light, the boy will get tired much faster and be distracted. Girls have a large tactile sensitivity, so it is important for them that the workplace is neat and comfortable. Boys need more space than girls, so the work area should be spacious. Movement helps boys stimulate brain activity and reduce impulsive behavior, so boys need to move while working. For this, a chair or a chair on wheels is suitable. Girls do not need to move a lot with mental work.
All on the shelves
When it comes to homework, almost all parents have to hear from their child that he is tired, cannot find a pen, will do his homework later, or today they didn’t ask anything at all. If you organize the order on your desktop correctly, it will be much more convenient and interesting for your child to do homework without looking for pretexts and excuses.
Easier to find
You will need a drawer or drawer for storing school supplies. For convenience, you can divide the contents of the boxes into objects or in alphabetical order, and make cute stickers with signatures. So the child will remember where what lies. For individual sheets with tests or tasks, create a folder or envelope, remembering to also sign it.
It’s more convenient to get
If possible, do not choose cabinets with glass or mirrored doors; prefer open shelves to closed ones. Do not place heavy dictionaries or other objects high on shelves; it will be inconvenient for the child to take them from there. Try to put heavy objects as low as possible. It is better to arrange books in height and sign the roots so that the child can immediately take what he needs.
Store the most valuable
All toys are best stored in a separate box, placing it under the table. Leave only your favorites on the shelves so that the child can get them out at any time. It is convenient to use small drawers with pull-out compartments, where you can also put all things on the subject, you can stick a bright picture on each drawer, which will be associated with the contents of the child. (IKEA)
Easier to do
On the table, it is necessary to maintain order, a stand for pens and pencils, a stand for textbooks are required. It is very important that the child has a sufficient number of visual aids: a multiplication table, a table of measures and weights, geographical maps or a globe. Put the clock on the table. Psychologists believe that a child needs a 10-minute break after half an hour of work. The watch will tell the child when to take a break. Hang on the wall a calendar where you and your child will celebrate parental meetings, tests, or school holidays. Remember to celebrate your school holidays and your birthdays!
If the room is small, try to save space by hanging light hanging cabinets for books and textbooks around the perimeter of the room. It is also possible to equip a podium on which to set a desktop, and put everything that interferes inside the podium (for example, off-season clothing or sports equipment). You can place a small basket under the desktop for items that are not used every day.
So that the child himself can decorate the room with his drawings, applications or other crafts, screw a wooden plank to the wall at a low height. Using ordinary buttons, the child will be able to hang any pictures he likes, and the wall will not deteriorate. It is very convenient to make a shelf or pockets on the free wall in which the child can put some important gizmos that should always be at hand.
On a regular desktop, as a rule, there is not enough space for a computer. As a compromise, you can choose a corner table.
Required condition: children's furniture It must be made of quality, environmentally friendly materials and should not cause allergies.