Classroom Furniture

Activity Tables for Preschool Use

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When thinking of purchasing activity tables for preschool classrooms, first consider the use. Sturdy construction, combined with durable materials such as those found in Worthington Direct’s selection, is of particular importance in classrooms where furniture may see a lot of unconventional use. In early childhood classrooms following best practices, large groups of children rarely sit around a single table.

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Flat File Paper Storage: A Necessity in this Age?

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Today, most people think of paper-filing as archaic and no longer necessary. Technological devices, scanning, and photography have efficiently replaced our paper piles and storage devices. However, if you were to speak to an artist, architect, elementary teacher, or Children’s Director, the need becomes glaringly obvious. Whether you are a self-employed artist, run an architecture firm, or work in a church, consider ending the clutter. Savor your plans and projects with the flat file paper storage sold by Worthington Direct.

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STEM education (STEAM) for Preschool and Kindergarten

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STEM education (STEAM) is one of the current buzzwords in all levels of education. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math are the topics included in the acronym STEAM. Lessons or activities need not encompass all five areas at once.

Classroom Garden and Science Lab is one way to include developmentally appropriate hours of learning and fun in a preschool or kindergarten classroom. This sturdy center in a cart, a six piece set, includes an Eco Lab, Garden Lab and more. The pieces can be added or subtracted depending on how you are using the center. Hands-on learning is necessary to any preschool or kindergarten curriculum. With gardening activities, students learn about plants, estimation, graphing, foods, nutrition, cooperation, ecology, and so much more.

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Equipping Culinary Arts Educational Programs for Success

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If you heard “you are what you eat,” as you were growing up, it may have seemed like just another thing parents say. But in the past decade, it has become the basis for political movements, health initiatives, and significant changes in our education system.

Consider public schools removing soda and juice drinks laden with high-fructose corn syrup from their vending machines, school lunches increasingly featuring not just more vegetables but more local foods, and the students getting involved in how that food gets to their cafeteria.

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