|children's playrooms||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Luk Jonckheere (l.jonckheerepi.be)|
|Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2004 05:21:26 -0700 (PDT)|
Hallo cohousers everywhere, In Belgium the first co-housing is on the way. We are in the process of acquiring and rebuilding a very old farm for 18 to 20 families. We have allready found a lot of useful information on the cohousing-mailinglist, but recently we came up with a question about children's playrooms. Some of us, who visited cohousing-communities in Denmark, noticed that all of those communities had at least 2 separate children's playrooms. One for noisy games and acrobatics and another one for quiet games. Some also had a teenagers hang-out. For toddlers there was usually a corner in the diningroom-lounge, provided with small tables and some toys. Some people in our group are not convinced that all of these facilities are really necessary (it rains a lot in Belgium), so we would like to hear how other communities cope with playful children and what facilities are available. Marie Renders www.lagrandecense.be
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