Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 04:10:36 AM. Kids Room. By Nathalee Clement.
If you already have children in your home you probably don’t need to worry about this one. But if becoming a foster parent for the first time also means you are becoming a parent for the first time (or the first time in a long time), stock up on a few toys that are popular across a large expanse of ages. Play-Doh, art supplies, a play kitchen, hot wheels, a soccer ball… don’t go nuts. You are going to want to get to know a child and buy them things specific their interests. But definitely have a few things on hand that have immediate appeal.
Encourage your foster child or young person to get creative and bring some of their personality to the room. If you are happy for them to stick photos or posters on the wall then let them know. If not, a white board or chalk board is a great way for them to express themselves whilst not damaging your walls!
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