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Pre-K Spaces: Design for a Quality Classroom

Pre-K Spaces: Design for a Quality Classroom

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Pre-K Spaces: Design for a Quality Classroom. This document can be helpful to teachers and those interested in designing an atmosphere condusive to preschool education.
Pre-K Spaces: Design for a Quality Classroom. This document can be helpful to teachers and those interested in designing an atmosphere condusive to preschool education.

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Published by: -MidsummerMan- on May 29, 2009
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design
 
for
 
a
 
quality
 
classroom
Pre-KSpaces
A collaborative effort
 made possible with the adviceand support o child careexperts across the country.
 
Mary was insidethe wonderfulgarden and shecould comethrough the doorunder the ivyany time and shefelt as if she hadfound a worldall her own.
Frances Hodgson Burnett
 rom
The Secret Garden.
 
design
 
for
 
a
 
quality
 
classroom
 “Our designs shape
children’s belies aboutthemselves and lie. In a well designed area,children are engaged and eel secure. A welldesigned area can acilitate predictable,consistent and intimate care or each child.”
– Anita Olds
Pre-KSpaces
Contents:
The Importance of Space
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2What Makes a Good Space?
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2Activity Areas
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4Location
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PredictabilityRoom Regions and Zones
Boundaries
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PathsMovementFreedom to ExplorePrivacy
Play and Sitting Surfaces
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Variety
Storage
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12
Flexibility
Mood
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14
Empty SpaceInviting PlayMemorable
Equipment and Materials
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Amount-to-doStimulationGuiding EnvironmentsIndoor Air Quality
A Quick Guide to Space Planning
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