buildings and flying around them with planes with my friends. My teachers always have new, fun stuff to do in the room. 5. One can tell just by looking at Shelley and Elaine’s classrooms that they put an ample amount of time into preparing and setting up the classrooms in a developmentally appropriate way for the children. At every table in the classrooms, there are four chairs and there are enough materials set out so that each child has enough. They have an art table, set up with paper in each place and markers and crayons in jars in the middle of the table. Elaine had a specific theme of green purple paper and pom poms at the art table. Also, she had a table with buckets of moon sand with toys. The texture table in Elaine’s room had smocks readily available for the children to put on when they were playing in the water. The texture table in Shelley’s room was red and apple themed, connecting to their upcoming apple picking field trip. A fresh sheet of paper, paints, paint brushes, and smocks are set up for the children in each room whenever they want to paint during play time. The shelves in the rooms are low and the bins of blocks and manipulatives are easily accessible.
- Spring '19
- Motor control, Elaine, play materials