Making a reading room with solar screen shades

Jul 21 2010

Making a reading room with solar screen shades
Making a reading room with solar screen shades
Although there is no school in the summer, there are often reading lists for children who are going back to the classroom in September, according to the Boston Globe.

Encouraging children to read can be a task, especially if one doesn't want to be overbearing or cause anxiety in the child. One way to make reading more fun is to have a book graffiti wall, which can be used as a place for kids to draw or write quotes from recent chapters.

Another way to promote reading is to make personal audiobooks. The news source reports that home recording devices aren't difficult to obtain, and it can prove to be fun for older kids and comforting for younger ones.

The news provider also recommends writing down family stories, which can be a fun way to read, write and share the history of relatives and grandparents.

Experts claim that kids often need a quiet place for reading that is free of distractions. Window treatments such as solar screen shades can help make a room comfortable and conducive to reading.

These shades will allow sunlight into the room, but reduce the glare from the outdoors, which may also help children concentrate on their books.
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