Kids love tents and not necessarily when you all go camping. They just love to have a space that they can crawl up into and where they can feel alone. I remember when I was little that I used to make a tent out of a coffee table and a blanket. I would go inside and play with my toys or just sit there knowing that nobody else can see me.
So what we’re trying to say is that tents are very fun for kids and they would definitely love to have on in their room or playroom. It doesn’t have to be a tent like the ones you use when you go camping. In fact, it’s best if it’s not because those don’t let the air circulate. You can make a tent by yourself and maybe even with the help of your kids. It would have to be just a symbolic structure. Pyramid-shaped tents are the easiest to make.
You can choose a tent that’s colorful or that has a friendly design and you can put it up in a corner of the room or by the bed. Put a blanket inside on the floor so it’s all cozy and warm. You can also put some pillows in case your kid decides to take a nap inside. Tents are very cozy and kids feel safe and secure inside them. It’s a space of their own and they can hide in there and be comfortable.