The child begins to show his individual qualities almost from the first days of life. One of the points for the child's self-expression and the formation of him as a person is the creation of a personal space for the little man.
For a child, personal space is not only a house or apartment in which he lives - it is, first of all, a place created only for the baby and is exclusively his property. This may be like a children's room (if the living conditions allow you to allocate a separate room for the child) or part of the room. It is this dedicated part that will become a play area for the child, as well as a place where the child will develop his mental and creative abilities. When creating a personal space for a child, it is necessary to take into account two factors, the first factor is playful, the second is developing, while each of them will complement each other.
An excellent solution for the game would be to purchase a children's tent. Today, stores offer a wide variety of options for children's tents: different sizes, designs, colors, and, most importantly, different price segments.
The play tent allows the child to create his own place for play, to some extent isolate himself from those who may interfere with the child. In turn, the mother can easily observe what the baby is doing.
This decision makes it clear to the child that the play tent is a place created exclusively for the kid, and you will notice with what joy he will spend many hours there, pulling his toys there. The convenience of using such tents is that they are easy to clean, while you can do it with the little one, accustoming him to order and cleaning.
Do not forget about children's educational games and creativity. By folding and removing the tent, you can put a children's table with a chair. Choose a model of children's furniture based on your tastes, housing opportunities and pricing policy. An ergonomic solution is a folding or folding table, which can be easily removed after classes with a child. In fact, this is a very necessary subject, behind which the child will draw, sculpt and glue applications, learn by developing methods, and as he grows older will learn the basics of writing, reading, and counting.
Believe me, even in the tightest living conditions, you can create a “place for him” for your child, which can be equipped in a corner or free the lower shelves by the closet, and do not forget to remind your child to keep order.