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#1 Upgrade their bedrooms

The first thing you may want to do is upgrade your kids’ bedrooms. Their rooms should be private, comfortable spaces that are their own little havens in the house. You can do this by painting the walls in bright colors, putting up fun wall decor, or giving them their own night lights.

If you want to include your kids more in this process than just letting them choose what color they would like, try asking them open-ended questions about how they imagine their rooms should look and why. Then work with them on making it happen!

#2 Add plants to the house

Research has shown that house plants can have a calming effect on children. Children with ADHD or autism, for example, tend to respond better in quiet spaces when they are around living things like flowers and small animals. This is because the natural beauty of nature helps improve their moods while also grounding them from sensory overload.

Even if your child isn’t struggling with severe mental health issues, having some greenery around the home will help keep everyone relaxed and happy! Just be sure not to put any poisonous plants within reach of little ones, so you don’t cause any accidents! There are tons of ways you can add plants into your home without breaking the bank, either by growing some herbs out back or going all out with a palm tree in your living room! Be sure to add a few in kids’ rooms, too, so they can have some peace and quiet when they want it.

#3 Install a swimming pool

If you want to make your home the best place for kids, consider installing a swimming pool in your backyard. Having their own private pool will allow them to feel safer and more secure while enjoying themselves at the same time!

Swimming pools are especially beneficial since they help children get some much-needed exercise while also having fun. If that’s not enough of a reason, then think about how much fun it’ll be for everyone on those hot summer days. No matter what age they are, having one of those Latham Pools is always going to be a source of great entertainment!

Not only does this have physical health benefits, but it also has mental ones, so if you worry about keeping up with exercise schedules, try putting together some fun puzzles and games that your kids can play by themselves or with friends.

Do you want your home to be a relaxing and safe place for kids? Of course, you do; everyone does! Homes that are inviting and comfortable foster creativity and curiosity in children. So how can you make your home the best place for kids? Here is some helpful advice on making your home the best place to be for your kids.

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#4 Give them a room where they can be creative

Finally, don’t forget to give your kids a space where they can be creative. This doesn’t have to cost you anything except for some time and effort on your part! For example, you could begin by clearing out an old shelf or cabinet that’s usually hidden away somewhere in the basement or garage. Then fill it with all of their art supplies – paint, brushes, crayons, markers; whatever they need!

Once you’ve done this, try having them decorate the inside of the drawer before putting everything back together again so they’ll feel like it’s theirs now too. If nothing else works, then just let them go wild on one side of a room while keeping things organized throughout the rest. This way, everyone wins!

#5 Increase natural light throughout the house

Having natural light in your home is a simple yet effective way to make it more comfortable for everyone. While you can’t change the weather outside much, what you can do is be sure that there’s plenty of windows allowing sunlight throughout the year! This isn’t just good for helping kids have a more positive mindset but also uplifts anyone who steps into the house’s mood in no time! Natural light is a mood booster, so be sure to have lots of it throughout the house. 

In addition to adding natural lighting, try getting rid of any dark corners and making everything look as bright and open as possible, so they don’t feel enclosed by all this space. You’ll soon notice positive changes happening within yourself and even your children!

By Erica Buteau

Change Agent. Daydream Believer. Maker. Creative. Likes love, peace and Jeeping. Dislikes winter, paper cuts and war. She/Her/Hers.

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