Creating a Play Space for Your Child Without Buying a Single Toy

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As adults, we know what it’s like to need our own space. Whether it’s a home office to work, a special place to relax with a coffee and read, or a place to entertain hobbies, having a dedicated space of your own is vital for productivity and relaxation. Children are no different. They also need their own area for play and exploration. Ideally, play spaces for children should be zones where they are exposed to choices that allow them to discover and learn through play. Space is often a commodity in most homes—we get it—but it’s so important that you have a dedicated area that is a “yes” zone for your child to play. Of course, you will want the place to be safe and away from breakables, and away from high-traffic areas. Think of this as your child’s office and make it a place without too many outside distractions, so they can truly get lost in play.

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