Play & Learn

Here's How To Make Your Child's Study Space Conducive For Learning

ByTiffany ReyesAugust 2, 2022
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While face-to-face classes have returned in some schools, hybrid learning will continue as the Philippines keeps its health protocols amid the persisting pandemic. If you’re a mom who’s losing sleep on how to make the most of learning while at home, fret no more because we’ll help you set up a conducive learning space for your tiny tots. 
1. Make it a well-lit, colorful space.
Find a spot where natural light is abundant. This will also help your kid recognize the routine of attending school even at home. If you’re living in a small condo or apartment, you can choose a corner where you can put a desk, chair, and a small organizer.
You may also add decals on the wall to induce your learner’s curiosity! Put a Safari-themed Room For Tots’ vinyl wall stickers for your budding veterinarian or Juju Nursery’s Outer space-design decals for your little astronomer. Better yet, put up your toddler’s artworks to make the space more personalized.
2. Make it comfortable.
Sitting for hours can be cumbersome for children. Choose desks that are appropriate to your kid’s height, like Boori’s adjustable table, one that could be used by your child as he or she grows. If you need a desk that doesn’t take up much width, you can purchase Hamlet Kids’ adjustable table and chair bundle, which comes in minimalistic design and hue. 
If you want something small and fun-looking for your little school-goer, you may also get Harper and Chase table and set monster design.  
But if you’re looking for a space-saver table you can also use for your work from home, try the Sunbeams Lifestyle Nest Design Lab Working Desk, now at less than P2,000, or Furnlite Study Table if you need a smaller desk. 
Already got a table and want to splurge on an ergonomic chair? Pair it with Totguard’s Eric chair, which is made up of high-grade cold-rolled carbon steel and pure cotton memory foam.
3. Embrace technology.
In online or hybrid learning setups, you definitely need a tablet, laptop, or computer. Choose accessories that would help you make the most of these gadgets. Get Moft Airflow Laptop Stand so your laptop won’t overheat with hours of use. If you’re using a personal computer, keep your monitor sturdy and at the right viewing level to keep out eye strain—check out the Sunbeams Lifestyle Premium Monitor stand
Meanwhile, you can also provide your learner a proper audio experience with Bamini Study Wired Headphones. No more distractions from your neighbor’s noisy chicken or barking dog!  
4. Keep out clutter.
Arrange your kids’ modules and books inside this colorful Lily and Tucker 4-layer Drawer, which comes in high-quality plastic. It also has wheels so you can push it around when needed. 
Keep out distraction with this ingenious sliding bookshelf by Kiddiestationph, which you can use to hide toys when it’s class time! Comes in clean and sleek white, this keeps out clutter that you don’t want to be seen in Zoom sessions. 
Organize crayons, pencils, erasers, paperclips and more with the mama-favorite Qubit Quad Cube Storage Box. No more missing knickknacks! 
5. Make it playful.
Who says you only need school-assigned modules for learning? Bond with your little one with these fun educational toys such as: The Very Hungry Caterpillar Alphabet Puzzle to enhance analytical skills, Alphabet Learning Locks to improve pincer grip and problem-solving skills, and the Mideer Number Magnet set for a fun introduction to numbers. 
You may also replicate a school setting with the Harper and Chase multifunctional Blackboard and Whiteboard for those fun doodles! Finally, use some reward stickers for a job well done. 
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