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The Psychology of a Nursery: Different Kids, Different Needs, Different Rooms

room, giving the child an opportunity to sort toys and personal things

independently as a good step toward organization and orderliness.

When creating the interior of a nursery, give a child an opportunity

to offer his opinions express his own tastes. Together, choose furniture,

curtains, and the pattern of wallpaper. The earlier a child learns his

own preferences the easier it will be as he makes his way into adult life.

Certainly, such an approach will require considerable academic maturity

and parental patience, but mutual understanding within the family will

grow. Just like with any joint activity, the search for the best design

for the nursery is a giant step towards each other. And the most important

thing: your dear child will grow up in comfortable conditions, in real

"native" walls, and hence will please his parents with success

more than once.





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