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Good habits from a young age

Good habits from a young age

Good habits from a young age
  • Published on: 7 December 2021

As adults, we come to realize that our parents and grandparents were right to tell us that we should be organized, both in our day to day life, and with our things.

How do we proceed, however, when our kids seem to be doing the same mistakes that we once used to make? It’s rather simple – we have to try and explain to them, by giving out examples, what the benefits of organization are, while being there for them, every step of the way.

It’s beneficial to teach them how to prioritize and school work should come first, so that their free time can be spent doing things they love, such as hobbies or play. When it comes to the latter, however, it is essential to teach them to be organized, to put their toys aside once they’re done using them – just as they put their dishes in the washing pile when they’re done eating, or their clothes when they’re dirty or worn for a longer period of time.

If some activities require traditional approaches, others leave you needing for a helping hand – this is where Transformo desks come to play, as the answer to the needs of everyone – both big and small.

For the little ones, the answer is Transformo MINI, a 3 in 1 Lego play table, that can provide storage space for the kids, so that being tidy at their ,,work space” would become a habit in a heartbeat! Moreover, taking into account that it has been tailored to Lego fanatics, it has 9 built-in base boards, where kids can easily out their Lego pieces and, consequently, avoid losing them.

For the bigger kids (or for parents), the solution comes in the form of Transformo MAX, a convertible stand-up desk. Not only does it help you maintain a healthy posture, but, just as his younger brother, it can be used for storage, so that books and notebooks are in handy.

Regardless of the manner in which you choose to teach the little ones how to be organized, do not forget that, at the end of the day, the advice that you, yourself, have received from adults, has turned out to be rather useful. For children, the easiest way to be listened to and understood is to be sincere. Do not only talk about how at the same age, parents used to say the same things, but how being organized is still something that, as an adult, represents a daily struggle.

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