Useful Tips

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A convenient organizer for school supplies, which will fit both the office and notebooks, can be made out of boxes for breakfast cereals. Cut the boxes to the desired height and decorate them with decorative adhesive tape or cloth, holding all the boxes together.

Also use toilet paper cartridges to make an original stationery organizer. Such an article from the bushings will surprise anyone.

And if you put the organizer from the bushes in a beautifully designed shoe box, you get a convenient portable organizer for the school office.

To organize your workplace and store the office you can use cans from under the infant formula or coffee. Just decorate the cans with the mixture using your favorite color wrapping paper.

2. Come wisely to the choice of a desk

You can do homework on the bedside table (why is it idle!), We have grown up without any orthopedic desks - and nothing! Alas, this position smacks of greed. First of all, can you boast a healthy back and excellent eyesight? And secondly, the educational load on children has grown over three decades, they are sitting more. This means that you have to buy a special table for the student. Ideally, the slope of the countertop should be adjusted for it (the table, not the schoolboy) - it is needed so that the neck does not sag when you have to write a lot. For reading, by the way, it is better to use a stand.

3. How to save on furniture for a student?

If you have no desire to feed furniture manufacturers - choose a transforming table with an adjustable leg height. A rare case when buying something “for growth” is the right decision (more correctly, only real estate). As you remember from the materiel, the student’s countertop must certainly rest against his solar plexus. With chairs, everything is not so simple - decent sliding structures are so expensive that it’s easier to buy a regular chair with a hard back every two to three years (legs hang out - make a stand). Well, remember: no wheels. The school chair should stand still and not move - like a prudent spy.

4. Remember: less space - more order

Typically, manufacturers of school desks are guided by the size of countertops 60X120 and longer. Do not chase the length to please the child. Checked repeatedly: the larger the table, the more likely the mess on it. If you want to accustom the heir to order - do not give a chance to clutter up the space. My experience says: 100 cm countertops are enough for a child to study - provided that the table is used only for classes, and not for storing things and equipment. But at a depth it is not worth saving it: less than 60 cm is simply inconvenient (pay attention, cunning manufacturers are offering 50-centimeter desks with might and main).

5. Where to put a table for a student?

The best place for your desktop is by the window, so we get the most natural light. Putting the table close to the windowsill or positioning it on the side of the window opening is not an idle question. If the child is quickly distracted by external factors, it is better not to provoke him with dogs and trees outside the window. And if the character is Nordic, then the window, on the contrary, will work as an excellent simulator for the eyes. A couple of minutes of observation of the janitors - and you can return to the "Crime and Punishment."

If you decide to put a table on the side of the window, then remember the old rule: for right-handed people, light should fall on the left, for left-handed people - on the right.

6. What should be the lighting in the workplace of the student?

The better the light, the less tired the eyes. This does not mean that a powerful spotlight should be aimed at the student’s face, but two local lighting lamps - left and right - will be in place. The main thing is that they are on a movable leg and easily change position. Yes, and one more thing - do not choose lamps with cheerful shades: let only impressions be bright in the area of ​​your child’s habitat. The rest makes it difficult to concentrate.

8. Does the student need a desktop computer?

Do not rush to put the computer on the child’s desk, no matter how plaintively he whines. Firstly, for this you need a computer desk - the most uncomfortable desk for study. Secondly, no matter how progressive the education in our century seems to you, it, at least until the middle classes, is still designed for a pen and a notebook. Thirdly, with a computer, you can safely double the time for homework. Social networks, games, jokes, random links - and now it's time to have dinner. I strongly recommend that you keep your computer with the Internet in another room until the very end.

10. Create the right atmosphere in the room

Geographical maps on the wall, engine diagrams, element tables, human structure, types of dinosaurs - all this entourage involving in training is of great importance. Firstly, visually information is often perceived better than by ear, and schematically depicted - even more so. Secondly, such manuals create an educational attitude, unlike posters with Basta and ninja turtles.

11. How to ensure silence in the room?

You know how it happens: you lost concentration - and that's all, you need to drink coffee again, rub whiskey, set yourself up with different words ... An occasional shout, burger patties, a messenger signal - any noise can bring a young man out of working condition. Of course, it is not necessary to insulate the children's layer of mineral wool, but please ensure that the doors are tight.

13. How to organize a storage system for school supplies

No stacks of notebooks and textbooks on the table! Each item should have its own place on a shelf, in a rack, organizer or trash can. The point here is not so much in the order that pleases the soul, but in the education of the logic of the arrangement of things. You probably noticed that some people have it, while others - not the most successful ones - do not.

By the way, did you find the answer to the question “Where do pencils, pens and erasers from a closed room go”? If not, then look at the bottom of large boxes in which your child stores various school supplies. Every parent knows: ten compact storage compartments are better than two voluminous ones.

16. Provide fresh air to the student’s room

In the stuffiness, children grow up to be hardy, but short-sighted. Teach young people to start classes by airing the room. And volley - it’s better to open the windows wide for five minutes than leave a gap for half an hour. And think at your leisure about the supply and exhaust ventilation with cleaning filters, if the air outside the window is of a second freshness.

17. Leave the baby alone

Ideally, the student’s workplace should be fenced off from the rest of the world by a wall, a screen, a curtain or, in extreme cases, a forest belt. In the end, you can use the same shelving with textbooks. All this intimacy is needed for the internal switch to act: cross the line - get into the abode of enlightenment. To work!