Do Parents Know? – Create Home Space Help Your Child Comprehensive Development UTS Do Parents Know? – Create Home Space Help Your Child Comprehensive Development

Do Parents Know? – Create Home Space Help Your Child Comprehensive Development



In order for a plant to grow healthy, it certainly needs to be cared in the most appropriate and optimal environment. Children too, in order to be stable in the future, they need to be nurtured in the right environment. Understanding this, many families always want to invest in their children's learning space at home to be more optimal, helping them have a comfortable and most suitable environment to grow up.

So what is the best space for your child? Let's discover here.

Benefits of a suitable environment for children

Many research on children around the world have proven that children living in a good environment will have more comprehensive physical and mental development. For example, a living environment close to nature creates conditions for children to increase physical activity, reduce eye diseases, obesity, respiratory or mental disorders. This is the reason motivating us to build Botanique Campus - a green school with open space and close to nature.

Besides, the open living space with experiential activities is the premise to promote the intellectual development of children. Limiting exposure to electronic devices and instead having parents and children experience practical activities in art or scientific research will help children develop creativity and flexible thinking.

So what is a suitable environment? 

Here are six important environmental factors that affect a child's growth:

1. Ensure security and safety

Children's nature is curious, they like to discover new things, so sometimes just because a few minutes of parents' neglect, there will be situations that affect the safety of their children. Therefore, parents should choose apartments or houses with CCTV cameras, design infrastructure to ensure rescue, emergency exits, fire prevention, etc. to help quickly handle unexpected incidents that occur. . Notes on security and safety will never be superfluous so that parents can rest assured to take care and raise their children in the best conditions.

2. Civilized and well-educated population

In school age, children often "imitate" adults from behavior to words. Therefore, living in an environment with civilized and highly educated neighbors helps children form good personalities, promote curiosity and explore life. In particular, the ability to communicate, connect with people around and form a language system will be more complete than those of you living in places with less civilized and unpolite neighbors.

3. Clean and fresh green environment

According to an article published on the European Commission's website in 2015, children exposed to green, healthy environments have better cognitive and behavioral abilities, on average improving their ability to write by about 5%. memory and a 1% reduction in poor concentration. Therefore, parents need to pay attention to creating and keeping the indoor space cool and clean, regularly cleaning the indoor areas to limit bacteria to enhance resistance, limit diseases, At the same time help develop children's creativity and thinking ability.

4. Near educational facilities such as schools, centers

Letting your children study or practice at skill development centers such as drawing classes, music classes, etc. Will give them the opportunity to develop their talents and participate in a variety of useful and rewarding activities instead of spending time with their children. phone screen time. In addition, children can also learn to be independent when walking from home to school to increase life experiences.

5. Create an open space, stimulate your child's imagination

Letting children live in an environment with open space is a way to encourage creative thinking of children. Parents can design a colorful space for their children, add a variety of books or intellectual toys such as lego, coloring pictures, puzzles, etc. These spaces not only help children have healthy entertainment. , limit electronic devices that your child will practice patience and thinking, thinking is also sharper and more creative.

6. Give your child their own space

Children's private space is always a "headache" for parents, because children always need their own privacy, but parents still need to know what their children are doing, who they are making friends with and promptly correct when your child does something wrong. This will lead to unnecessary conflicts that make children more and more distant and afraid to share with parents, parents will also find it difficult to grasp their children's activities.

The key is respect your child and listen to his or her opinion. Parents can gently knock on the door when entering the room or clearly communicate with their children before not allowing them to use the phone too much… When the child feels respected, the child will be close to you and ready. answer everything parents want to know. Giving your child a space of their own will give them the freedom to grow up, develop their individuality and freely express their individuality.


For children to be fully grown up, a reasonable living space is indispensable. Living space does not have to be too modern and comfortable, depending on the circumstances of each family, there will be a different ideal space. Living in a comfortable, loved space will help your child realize the right values, develop comprehensively and he will grow up in his own way.

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