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August 2015


back-to-school kids’ bedroom makeover. Toys

For the pre-school set, toys are meant to help kids develop fine motor skills and to learn basic concepts like colors, shapes and numbers. As kids grow up, many of their toys are meant purely for play rather than focused on education. While play sets that stimulate imaginative play are important, a redesigned bedroom should also include toys that give kids the opportunity to get practical experience in the math, science and social studies they’re learning in school.

Along with their favorite dolls and action figures, stock your child’s redesigned bedroom with education sets that hone logic skills and cognitive thinking.


Back-to-school bedroom renew

Dedicated study desk

Yes, your child can get their homework done at the kitchen table, but a desk set aside for studying places an importance on schoolwork. Placing the desk in your child’s bedroom gives kids a sense of responsibility over their assignments and the privacy they need to get it done on their own.

Select desks with a design style that complements the bedroom set and functionality that will grow with your child’s needs. Young children may not need a desk with a pullout keyboard tray or file drawers now, but the features will come in handy during the teen years.