Decorate the school theme playroom or bedroom with unique and fun ABC alphabet and numbers decor accessories.
Lots of color and activities to keep the kids entertained and always learning. Chalkboard wall, whiteboard walls, painting area.
Fun theme for creative minds of little children
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Great gifts for the school teachers - and fun decor accessories for the ABC 123 alphabet and numbers bedroom, playroom and baby nursery
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Fun Kids Rooms
And for the baby ABC nursery, lots of stuffed toy animals beginning with each letter of the alphabet, wooden letter blocks.
Personalize the nursery with baby's name painted or stenciled on the wall.
Odd angles of sloping ceilings and sidewalls are great decorative advantages here.
Use labeled plastic bins, boxes, or baskets for toys, such
as blocks, cars and plastic figures. For young
children, label with a picture of what goes in the bin.
Almost any smooth surface can be transformed into a
chalkboard by covering it with chalkboard paint. The paint comes in green or black. Apply it directly to the wall, or coat a piece of hardboard that you attach to the wall. The chalkboard can be a simple rectangle or a more elaborate shape. Consider placing a strip of concave picture molding at the lower edge of the board to hold the chalk and eraser to catch chalk dust.
You can buy a ready made bulletin board to hang on the wall, or you can make your own by covering an entire
wall with cork or fabric wrapped fiberboard.
Wood moldings can add character to a room. They come in many patterns and sizes. Use molding to divide the walls. Paint or wallpaper the sections differently for extra interest.
Ceilings - Paint, stencil, stamp, wallpaper murals
Walls - turn them into useful spaces - add shelves,
wall hooks, hanging toy storage, clothesline, swing,
Creative fun and educational decorating ideas for
and bedrooms for the kids
The Creative Teacher: An Encyclopedia of Ideas to Energize Your Curriculum
To keep your students engaged in the classroom, you have to get them excited about learning. Three hundred pages of open-ended worksheets, writing ideas, report guides and forms, science experiments, art projects, all with suggested grade levels. This book would be useful for many different people - from classroom teachers to homeschooling families to parents who want to help their kids write more creatively.
This book is a great way to introduce literacy activities to a class. It helps the teacher and students become comfortable with reading and writing. It also helps the students work independently without teacher support.
Shoe Box Math Learning Centers: Forty Easy-to-Make, Fun-to-Use Centers with Instant Reproducibles and Activities
contains 40 great different activities that you can put together into shoe boxes and set as learning centers for elementary kids. Although it is aimed at kids between 1st and 3rd grades, some of the games can be played by kindergarteners and with some adaptations you can also use them with 4th graders. For most of the games, you only need everyday materials, like toothpicks, beans, play dough, number cubes, domino pieces, buttons, crayons, coins, yarn, magazine cutouts, etc. Some of the skills reviewed are skip counting, addition, subtraction, place value, making number stories, patterns, time, money, measurements.
Unique Pencil Shape Vase With Apple
For Classroom, teachers gift or Child's Room
Hanging wall Letters
Create the perfect workspace for your kids with everything from a kids desk to a bookcase to tons of storage options. Helping them with their homework is up to you....
Children's bedrooms can be turned into playrooms, as can unused attic space, create under stairs hideaways or turn the basement into sports arenas.
So get creative with fabrics, wallpapers, wall murals, curtains, chairs, night lights, table lamps, and rugs - and start decorating your kids playrooms.
Any theme can work, have a browse through all the creative theme bedrooms on this site to get your ideas popping
No matter what size the room is or how large or small the budget, SAFETY always comes first when decorating for little ones, so be sure to keep hazardous/choking objects out of reach.
Family rooms off the kitchen convert easily for child play spaces. And they often are the easiest areas to devote primarily to children. You can also convert a living room to a playroom with adult accommodations melded in, if space limitations demand it.
While adult seating doubles for children's seating, consider establishing a special section for kids as well. Small upholstered pieces including inexpensive units that fold out into mattresses, might be better choices for preschoolers. Whimsical shapes in foam, covered with fabrics, can be playscape sculptures that double for lounging or seating in a Great Room. Organizers in the form of wire baskets that extend on rollers, or are fully removable with handles. Using these units for toy and game storage can make cleaning up the family area far less of a task for both kids and parents.
designing and decorating children's
fun play rooms
Design fun and functional Playrooms using creative storage
and novelty decor to keep the
kids entertained for hours.
Many spaces in the home have the potential to be play spaces, kids don't always need large areas.
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