Fas­ten their at­ten­tion with a func­tional, fun pin­board

Lit­tle learn­ers will love the lat­est range for kids’ stud­ies, de­signed to in­spire their imag­i­na­tion

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With the fes­tive sea­son over and school re­sum­ing on Jan­uary 22, many par­ents will have turned their minds to book lists and study spa­ces.

And Cre8 Kids, part of the Cre8 Sound and De­sign brand at Banyo, has been busy com­ing up with some funky de­signs for pin­boards.

“After more than a decade mak­ing workspaces fun and stim­u­lat­ing for adults, we wanted to trans­late this en­ergy into kids’ study spa­ces,” Cre8 Kids di­rec­tor Lara Bliss said.

“As a mother, I know how im­por­tant an in­spir­ing study en­vi­ron­ment is to mo­ti­vate kids to do their home­work.”

The func­tional, light­weight pin­boards by Cre8 Kids come in a range of shapes in­clud­ing a star, dump truck, space shut­tle, moon, cloud, heart, but­ter­fly and bal­le­rina.

Each one has mount­ing strips for easy in­stal­la­tion and re­moval.

When it comes to de­sign­ing a study fitout for a young stu­dent, there are sev­eral fac­tors to con­sider. But most im­por­tantly, in­volve your lit­tle learner in the de­sign process.

Pick­ing a quiet spot, choos­ing the right desk, se­lect­ing the per­fect chair, re­mov­ing clut­ter and find­ing the right light­ing are key to cre­at­ing the per­fect learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment.

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