Well, why not? Spaces for children , either your baby's room , a playground for your home childcare , or just a place for grandchildren to hang , encourage imagination and creativity. And yes, it may even include writing on the walls !
However, before putting the kids loose with a box of crayons, here are some ideas to try:
. 1 board paint - things to do with paint now! Yes, if you have a few hours to spare, you can transform a blank wall in your home on a blackboard , so that children can create, delete, and create a little more ...
. 2 alternate slate paint - If you do not feel like painting, but I still like the idea of a table, you can also choose a peel and stick chalkboard panels . For ideas check Arts - manufacture of standard rectangular panels of slate and other shapes, including circles and jungle animals (yes , elephants , giraffes , hippos and even ) .
3 whiteboards - . If your children are a little older , and feels "safe" to entrust their markers , consider installing a dry erase board . Create , delete, and create a little more - this time without the chalk dust.
Four magnetic paint - . There is more than one way to add an interactive element to the bare walls , and magnetic paint is an ingenious alternative. Unfortunately, the most common magnets refrigerator does not work well on magnetic paint . Use a sheet of flexible magnetic rubber instead. Kids can even make your own magnetic digits after a quick trip to the hobby shop . Also, if you can not decide between the chalkboard paint and magnetic paint , check (TM) , one of the most popular manufacturers of paint magnetic wall, magnetic board painting .
. 5 walls felt board - felt tips are popular with toddlers and preschoolers , and is easy to do yourself. Using spray adhesive , place a large piece of felt or flannel against thin plywood , then firmly anchored to the wall . Then you can buy pre-made forms of felt or feel crafty , make your own.