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.
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.
There is something about summer vacation that makes it seem as if the rules go out the window and things like bedtimes and eating vegetables should be packed away with school books and backpacks until fall rolls around. Unfortunately, not every family has the luxury of adjusting their entire schedule to enable a more leisurely lifestyle that also allows everyone to get enough sleep. Moms and Dads still have to get up in the morning and go to work which means kids have to get up and go to camp or childcare. Late nights and early mornings don’t mix any better during the summer than they do when school is in session.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, school age children need at least nine hours of sleep each night to be healthy and have the energy they need to be active. The best way to make sure kids are getting the sleep they need is to stick to a standard schedule of bedtime and wake time. But during the summer, that isn’t always an easy thing to do. To help parents prepare for a successful summer full of fun and slumber, here are 4 tips for helping kids on a summer sleep schedule.
1. Set a Bedtime You Can Stick to that Works with Your Schedule
There is no point in setting a summer bedtime that you won’t be able to follow. Be realistic about what your family’s summer schedule is really like. Are you out and about later into the day than during the rest of the year? Are you traveling or having family visit? When do your children need to be up in the morning? All these questions should feed into setting a summer bedtime that will work for your family.
2. Make Sleep a Priority
Children need 9-10 hours of sleep and they need to see that sleep is important for them and for the rest of the family. Make sure each family member has room in the schedule to get the sleep their body needs to be healthy.
3. Allow for Free Time
In our fast paced world, we are apt to over schedule our lives and the lives of our children. Let summer be a break from structured, scheduled time and make sure your children have free time to play and explore. Overscheduled children can become stressed out and too much stress can keep them from getting the sleep they need, even if you schedule it in.
4. Follow the Same Routine
During the school year, it is likely that your child has a specific routine they follow in order to get ready for bed. They change into pajamas; brush their teeth, read a book, etc. Try to keep this routine as similar as possible during the summer to reinforce that muscle memory that tells the body it’s time to go to bed. This will also make it easier to get back on a regular sleep schedule once summer is over.
Most teens need about 8½ to more than 9 hours of sleep each night. But about 1 in 4 teens has trouble sleeping. Lack of sleep can affect everything from our emotions to how well we focus on tasks like driving. It can affect sports performance, increase our chances of getting sick, and may be linked to weight gain in some people.
Which one of these are you most likely to try as a way to get a better night’s sleep?
Follow a relaxing bedtime routine
Turn off my phone and other devices
Go to bed earlier
How can we get the sleep we need? Here are some ideas:
Be active during the day. You’ve probably noticed how much running around little kids do — and how soundly they sleep. Take a tip from a toddler and get at least 60 minutes of exercise a day. Physical activity can decrease stress and help people feel more relaxed. Just don’t work out too close to bedtime because exercise can wake you up before it slows you down.
Avoid alcohol and drugs. Lots of people think that alcohol or drugs will make them relaxed and drowsy, but that’s not the case. Drugs and alcohol disrupt sleep, increasing a person’s chance of waking up in the middle of the night.
Say goodnight to electronics.
If you can’t make your bedroom a tech-free zone, at least shut everything down an hour or more before lights out. Nothing says, “Wake up, something’s going on!” like the buzz of a text or the ping of an IM.
Keep a sleep routine. Going to bed at the same time every night helps the body expect sleep. Creating a set bedtime routine can enhance this relaxation effect. So unwind every night by reading, listening to music, spending time with a pet, writing in a journal, playing Sudoku, or doing anything else that relaxes you.
Expect a good night’s sleep. Stress can trigger insomnia, so the more you agonize about not sleeping, the greater the risk you’ll lie awake staring at the ceiling. Instead of worrying that you won’t sleep, remind yourself that you can. Say, “Tonight, I will sleep well” several times during the day. It can also help to practice breathing exercises or gentle yoga poses before bed.
Everyone has a sleepless night once in a while. But if you regularly have trouble sleeping and you think it’s affecting your mood or performance, talk to your doctor. consulta a tu médico.
In Furniture Ros, beds and rooms are designed thinking of enhancing the rest. The theory is very simple, implementing it is another thing.
It’s an office, a lounge room and an entertaining space, too. So you’ll need to make the most of every centimetre of floorspace. With a loft bed, or bunk bed your teen can sleep on the top level, leaving room for a desk or seating below. Another option is to use a folding bed.
At this age, all the colour and pattern
Move off the bed and onto the wall. Replace the printed bed sets with more neutral linen and encourage your teenager to choose something decorative for the walls – or better still, get them to create something. Or they can hang a work of art, vinils, graphic decals or apply an adventurous paint colour.
In 1994, the UN General Assembly proclaimed 16 September the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, commemorating the date of the signing, in 1987, of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer (resolution 49/114).
States were invited to devote the Day to promote activities in accordance with the objectives of the Protocol and its amendments. The ozone layer, a fragile shield of gas, protects the Earth from the harmful portion of the rays of the sun, thus helping preserve life on the planet.
In Furniture Ros we use biodegradable paint. Two-component polyurethane varnishes to water produced and sold by ICA Spa. These varnishes are the result of technological innovation project by LIFE, funded by the European Commission for its important efforts in environmental protection.
Another important project that we have done is the EcoInnovation CONVERTIBLE COT-BED Project. Pioneering project in Spain, where Ros1 and another four companies (not from the furniture industry), carried out a study with the CENFIM, Centre of Technological Diffusion of Fusta i Moble de Catalunya, the USC University of Santiago de Compostela and the ICTA, L’Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals. A laborious project, focusing on the environmental study on the life cycle of a convertible crib bed, in the case of Ros1. The study covers the life cycle of production of the convertible crib bed, including energy consumption and production of various elements used in its manufacture. About transport, it is considered as a set, that includes the transport of raw materials to the factory, the final transportation to the shop, to the point of use or home, and the transport to the rubish disposal. The project aims to incorporate the best available techniques and clean technologies to the production process of the the Second Transformation companies of the timber industry, minimizing the CO2 emissions to reduce their environmental impact and get greater efficiency consumption of raw materials and reducing waste generated in timber companies.
Some example of our furnitures stores projects drawings for our clients!!
The immediate and realistic space design, with the fast service that ROS Group offers to its clients, a new furniture concept, which we adapt to the new homes, which are getting smaller and have a greater storage needs.
You’re probably feeling excited and maybe a little sad that summer is over. Some kids feel nervous or a little scared on the first day of school because of all the new things: new teachers, new friends, and maybe even a new school. Luckily, these “new” worries only stick around for a little while.
Let’s find out more about going back to school.
The First Day most teachers kick off the school year by introducing themselves and talking about all the stuff you’ll be doing that year. Some teachers give students a chance to tell something about themselves to the rest of the class.
When teachers do the talking on the first day, they often go over classroom rules so you’ll know what’s allowed and what’s not. Pay close attention so you’ll know if you need to raise your hand to ask a question and what the rules are about visiting the restroom.
You might already know a lot of kids in your classes on the first day. But it’s a great day to make a new friend, so try to say hello to kids you know and new ones that you don’t.
Make the first move and you’ll be glad you did and so will your new friend!
Moving to Middle School?
Sixth grade often signals a move to middle school or junior high, where you’ll find lockers and maybe a homeroom.
This is just what it sounds like — a classroom you’ll go to each morning, kind of like your home in the school. In middle school, you might move from classroom to classroom for each subject.
Your teachers know that this is a big change from elementary school and will help you adjust.
Most teachers let you pick your own seat on the first day, but by the second or third morning, they’ll have mapped out a seating plan. At first, it’s a good idea to write down where your seat is in your notebook so you don’t forget.
For young people . Original rooms with a distinctive and original design. Customizable, to distinguish the character of each young person.
The interesting thing about this type of bedroom is the bed. These beds have different sizes but in general, tend to be larger than the typical junior beds of 90cm, it will be very useful and practical for two reasons. Firstly because some young people, to certain age groups,just need more space to have comfort. Besides are some beds that will give us a fresh and modern result, there are wide variety of designs and colors to choose from. As we shown below, they can be made by many different and fun combinations.