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How to encourage play in the children’s room
The way toys are stored makes a big difference in how much playtime they get. It’s simply more inspiring for kids to have them in clear sight in easy-reach storage – which also makes tidying easier. But everything doesn’t always have to be cleared away. Why not leave a few creative spaces where playtime can continue whenever they want?
Accessibility is everything
A large open storage unit with practical boxes that swallow loads of toys must be any kid’s dream to have in their room. Many smaller boxes, rather than a few big ones, make it easier to keep things organised – which also makes it easier to find things.
Making play a priority
Toys out in the open quickly become favourites. Even when they’re not playing, seeing their toys and how play is progressing fills children with pride. Organisers for small things are another way to encourage play, keeping things tidy and ready to go. And of course, there is storage you can play inside too.
Funtime bed and bedtime fun
Even the bed can be made more inviting for play. This colourful bed curtain turns the whole thing into a great play tent for all kinds of fun. It can also be used to make bedtime more playful and help your children settle in more willingly.