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Creating a Study Space That Will Help Your Children Stay Focused

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Creating a Study Space That Will Help Your Children Stay Focused

Martin Millner

I've been a full time realtor since 1995...

I've been a full time realtor since 1995...

Sep 18 3 minutes read

If you're a parent of school-aged children, you've likely been concerned with their study habits at some point. Sitting down in front of the television or at the dinner table to crack open the books is going to be less efficient than doing so in a quieter, more productive study space. Let's explore how to create a study space that will help keep your children focused and on task.

Ask the Kids What They Need To Be Productive

Before you get to work on creating a new studying space, it's a good idea to have a chat with those who will be using it most. Ask the children what kind of surroundings they feel would help to keep them productive. Younger kids may only need a small desk area but would appreciate more space in the room. Conversely, older children who are in high school are likely to need a lot of desk space for laptops, textbooks, and other studying materials. Starting the project out by asking what they need ensures that they get what they need out of the space.

Brighten Up the Room

Next, you'll want to focus on how the room is lit. A dark room isn't likely to be a positive studying environment. If possible, natural light sources should be used as much as possible. Studies indicate that sunlight is better at keeping individuals alert and focused than fluorescent or other types of home lighting. Also, consider adding some plants which can help to keep oxygen levels a bit higher in the room.

Note that you'll want to avoid making the room so bright that it's distracting. Plus, the sun can cause quite a bit of glare depending on how much outdoor exposure the room has. If there's already a lot of natural light, consider a set of curtains that can reduce or block out any glare to allow for a more comfortable learning environment.

Eliminate Any and All Distractions

Distractions – especially those which are useful for procrastinating – are the bane of any productive space. There should be no television, no video games and no other distracting elements in the study area. The only furnishings should be those used for studying.

A study room is an excellent addition to any home with school-aged children. If you're in the market for a new home in Bucks County, study spaces included, please  contact me Martin Millner. I can answer any questions you may have about selling or buying real estate in Bucks County .





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