Consider a room in which most space is being taken up by two beds. Even though small children require beds that don’t take up much room, this could still mean that there is little to do in the bedroom besides get in bed. This can be a big problem. Not only does it mean kids will be more likely to get bored, they may end up spending more time in bed then is necessary.
What’s wrong with this? First, it means their bones and body shape will not be growing properly. Children, in fact people of all ages, require constant physical movement throughout the day in order for the body to stay healthy. If children are spending too much time in bed, either sleeping, reading or playing video games, they won’t be getting the daily activity they require.
This all has an obvious impact on how preschool children behave. Without enough space to play and enjoy life, real issues will start to develop.
By installing bunk beds parents can effectively double the space in the child’s bedroom, allowing them to have space to play, interact and enjoy life. Parents whose preschool children have a small amount of room space should consider making the switch.