Some people say that such 360-degree surveillance is scary. Others say that having children at home is suitable for such a decoration design, because the children are young and have no self-control ability.
What do you think of this problem? Any suggestions for home decoration with children?
Everyone can understand the parents’ desire for a son to become a dragon, but they must be scientific in everything. For families with children, the design of children’s learning space is an important consideration. Here, I would like to recommend a book especially for parents with school-age children. This book reveals the mysteries and key points of learning space design, which is very worthy of our reference. We have excerpted some key points and points so that everyone can master these theories in the shortest possible time. In addition, combined with China’s national conditions and house-type examples, I will teach you some practical methods to create a learning space. Let me talk about this book first-“Building a House for Children to Learn Independently”. Authors Yasushi Shimane and Ryoko Watanabe visited and interviewed more than 200 families of schoolmasters whose children were admitted to prestigious junior high schools. Through research on these family houses, they discovered the secrets of schoolmasters’ cultivation and wrote this book. . How do schoolmasters learn at home? Let’s first imagine, in everyone’s minds, what would a schoolmaster look like when he was studying at home? “In the children’s room where there is hardly any noise, the child sits alone in front of the desk, fighting against the sandman while answering the problems that many adults are helpless.” The author also thought this way before. However, after conducting a household survey of more than 200 student tyrants, his idea was completely overturned. In fact, such a scene is not seen in many schoolmaster families. Although there is a quiet and independent children’s room with bright windows, schoolmasters are more willing to go to “lively” places to study, such as the living room, dining room, and even no fixed learning place, but “nomadic” according to mood Free to choose a place to study. Because they feel that “it’s unhappy to be alone in the room” and “when there is only one person, they can’t concentrate on reading and studying”. Therefore, they are more willing to do their homework on the dining table or on the low table in the living room, and feel the presence of family members while studying. Why not choose a quiet and independent children’s room, but “sit in the living room, dining room, or even on the ground with low tables, and study in these ‘public places’ where you can see other family members,” instead, it is more efficient? In the book, the author uses the “3X” theory (eXplore exploration, eXchange sharing, eXpress performance) to generalize and explain. Schoolmaster families have one thing in common, which is to encourage children to express (eXpress) their wishes in their own way and share them with family members (eXchange). At the same time, it is able to explore the “knowledge experience” of parents (eXplore), so as to realize 3X in the family house. To put it more easily and understandably, it is to foster children’s thinking and expression skills by strengthening internal communication within the family, thereby promoting children’s independent learning. In order to facilitate communication between families, these families have made many useful explorations and attempts in terms of residential structure and spatial layout. For example, a ping pong table is placed in the living room to “prevent children from ignoring the people in the living room after returning home and returning directly to the room, resulting in a lack of communication between parents and children.” Another example is the “transformation” of the children’s room into a living room, and some family activities are arranged in the children’s room. When the child is studying, the parents are also busy. This kind of natural company not only brings peace of mind to the child, relieves the tension of study, but also deepens the parent-child relationship. If there is no extra space in the house, smart parents will create a unique way of communication according to local conditions. For example, when the house structure forces the respective activity areas of family members to be dispersed, the stairwell design is used to communicate by sound transmission. Another example is to set up a “mailbox” in the cabinet of the restaurant to communicate with the children in the form of “communication”. Because of the ingenious design of the “education space”, the communication within the family has become more natural and smooth, and the family atmosphere has become more harmonious and harmonious. The investigation found that among these school-dominant families, “no one is nervous because of the problem of entering school. On the contrary, the relationship between the family members is harmonious, talking and laughing…the home is filled with an atmosphere of harmony.” For China Home renovation methods; in the book, the author also puts forward suggestions for house renovation that are convenient for practice. Although the Japanese housing model is slightly different from the current mainstream commercial housing layout in China, we cannot copy these transformation methods, but there are still many things we can learn from and think about in terms of the layout of the family and children’s learning space. In view of the life and living habits of Chinese people, we can do the following attempts: Carefully build a “family exchange center” Every family actually has a “family exchange center”. In many Chinese families, the dining table is often an important place for the “family exchange center”. At the beginning of Hua Deng, the family gathered at the table, chatting from a fish to a sea, from a sea to a trip, from a trip to a story, from a story to a plan…Everyone in the family is there In such an exchange, share and listen in the most relaxed state, feel the warmth of the family, and also convey the love for the family. The feelings between family members are deepened. In this way, the communication between parents and children is a matter of course. In such an atmosphere, whether it is discussing children’s learning, discussing learning difficulties encountered, or making a study plan together, it is efficient and not easy to arouse children’s disgust. And parents’ attitudes towards life, their views on things, and their thoughts about being in the world will also affect their children in a subtle way through exchanges. Some parents often complain that their children are not obedient, which is actually a communication problem. In such families, there is often no “family exchange center”, or the function of this center is not fully utilized. Therefore, it is necessary to carefully plan and arrange a communication center at home. It can be a sofa in the living room, a dining table in a dining room, or even a toy corner in the children’s room that the whole family likes. As long as the whole family gathers together, it is suitable as a “family communication center.” Create an unenclosed free learning space for children. In the book “Building Homes for Children to Learn Independently”, the author repeatedly emphasized, “For children in adolescence, try not to let them stay in a room invisible to their parents. Letting them study or play in a space where they can communicate with their parents is a more active and smart approach.” In order to prevent children from being alone for a long time, the learning function of the children’s room can be weakened as much as possible. When children “do homework or draw on the table in the living room or dining room, don’t blast them back to the room. On this basis, prepare a set of foldable tables and chairs for them, so that they can move to whatever they like. Local learning.” If the daily activities of family members are separated due to the structure of the house, you can also work harder on the materials used in the doors and windows that divide the internal space of the family. For example, replace some doors or walls that are used as partitions with more light-permeable and breathable curtains, sliding glass doors and other materials, so that children can feel their family members through sounds and lights even if they are not in the same space with their family members when they study. Breath. Adjust measures to local conditions to create a natural and smooth communication space; adequate intra-family communication is the foundation of family harmony and the key to children’s healthy growth and learning excellence. For this reason, each family can modify the “education space” of their own house according to their own living habits and actual conditions. If your child likes to draw, you can set up a graffiti wall at home. Children create and express freely on the graffiti wall. Parents can understand the children’s heart and deepen the parent-child relationship through participation and communication with the help of brushes. If your child likes to read, you might as well set up a bookshelf for the whole family. In parent-child reading, parents master their children’s preferences through reading, and children have a deeper understanding of their parents through the exploration of their parents’ knowledge and experience. In the common reading exploration, deepen the fusion of emotions. If your child likes sports or has other hobbies, you can place commemorative objects such as photos of children’s sports or participation in activities, awards, and other commemorative objects in a prominent place in the family to create a wall of honor for children and give them positive encouragement. You can also leave a small corner on the balcony or kitchen to create a family botanical garden or small vegetable garden with your children. Observe plant growth with children, experience planting and harvesting, and leave a warm memory in the hearts of children and parents. A reasonable spatial layout can guide adequate communication within the family and help parents better communicate with their children, thereby enhancing the intimacy and cohesion of family members. Under the premise of sufficient internal communication in the family, children’s thinking and communication skills will also be greatly improved, thereby promoting the improvement of learning ability. In today’s society, many parents always worry about how to improve their children’s performance. You may wish to change your mind to think about whether the current family space layout is reasonable. In daily life, do you have in-depth communication with your children? Do family members respect and understand each other, and can express gratitude to each other frankly and sincerely? I hope this article can give more parents thinking and provide some references in improving family education space and maintaining parent-child relationship.