kids room. Wednesday , May 10th , 2017 - 17:36:12 PM
These stars can be a great teaching aid for teachers to show the position of various stars and planets. A depiction of a real night sky can invoke kids' interest in the subject. These stars can also be a great relief for kids who are scared of the dark and hesitate to sleep on their own.
If your son is already mesmerized by the world of stars and planets and wants to be an astronaut when he grows up, then chances are that he will jump with joy at the mention of a space-themed playroom. The best way to give the room a feel of outer space is to make a full wall mural of the world beyond our planet complete with stars, satellites, asteroids, etc. The ceiling can be painted black with glow-in-the-dark stars stuck on or even painted on. A few great room accessories and the perfect furniture and you will feel like you are stepping into an alien world.
Even as an adult thinking about a Harry Potter themed room can make me excited. With a small boy the enthusiasm can only be doubled to have a room decorated to tell the world who your boy wizard is. From the colors that one associates with wizardry to the different objects that have become a symbol of witchcraft. From Quidditch to the Forbidden Forest, and even the Three Broomsticks, ask your kid to choose his favorite features of the Potter world and decorate the room accordingly. The walls of a playroom created in such a theme can have tones of gray, white, and orange. There are many ideas that you can use to create such a playroom. Given below are some of these ideas.
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