Real and Found Materials
Instructional goals can often 'be achieved with "found", donated or made items. These materials or
supplies also add a “real" dimension to the instructional program and can be a cost saving measure. The
following is a list of such
Acknowledging Childrens Positive Behaviors
Give positive responses to the desired behavior and avoid
responding when that behavior is not occurring.
Positive responses include telling the child what he or she did well.
Positive responses can
Daily Schedule 3 year old Classroom
Arrival Activities (table toys) in 2 year old room
Breakfast in 2 year old room. Child Directed Centers/Personal Care Routines
Child Directed Centers
FCCERS MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS
In order to score a yes for 3.1, a minimum of 6 appropriate books must be accessible, but no
less than one book per child in groups where more than 6 children are allowed to attend on any
To score a yes for
Using Choice and Preference to
Promote Improved Behavior
Assess your environment
Do the children know what choices are available?
Are there multiple ways for children to make choices (real objects, photos, pictures, voice output devices
ECERS-3: Where to place materials? What materials
3. Room arrangement for play and learning- It is fine to
combine the cozy area with the library
Cozy area(can be combined with the library):
Is there a cozy area out of traffic?