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Every day, find one of the infos extracted from the new issue of the collection "Les Essentiels d ': 57 tricks to grow well from 2 to 4 years", sold with the November issue of. Today, zoom in on his room.
- To give free rein to his imagination and play as he likes, what's better than his room? Furniture at its size, a small desk to draw, a chair and a dresser not too high, will help your child to acquire a little more autonomy.
- This place is his, and he enjoys playing alone, knowing that you are not far away. If he shares this room with a brother or sister, try to create two separate places so that everyone has space "just for him". If you move, changing rooms can make your child feel anxious. His bearings will be upset. And will his toys be good in the new house? So as not to destabilize it, rearrange your bedroom first in the new house, positioning the furniture in the same place. A simple way to secure it.
Storing his toys
- Before 5 or 6 years, your child does not see the interest of tidying up his room, the notion of order is totally unknown to him. On the other hand, his psychomotor abilities allow him to place his toys in crates and it is enough to see more clearly in his room. When he has finished playing, do not ask him to put everything back on his own, he will not be able to do it.
- Show him instead how to do it by empowering him: "I put away the little cars and you put the cubes in. Who will finish first?" To make it easier, you can also buy small boxes of transparent storage and stick a photo on the front of each of them so that he understands better who goes into which box. A method that you may have already adopted to find you in your pairs of shoes ...
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