Are you are looking for fun bulletin board ideas for December that have nothing to do with religion? If so, why not focus on bingo’s birthday? That’s right, the popular game is celebrating a birthday and we can’t think of a better non-denominational, educational activity to incorporate into a December lesson plan than bingo. Here are a few of our bingo related suggestions:
Daycare and Preschool Furniture
Dramatic play – kid’s kitchen sets in preschools and day care centers promote pretend play in young children. It is important to have pretend play props available for young children to participate in spontaneous pretend play. Setting up a kitchen area, along with other props, such as aprons and cooking supplies encourages creative thinking and interaction with peers. Children learn how to cope with the world around them by imitating their parents and other adults in their lives. You can set the stage for dramatic play with a kid’s kitchen set, encouraging pretend play. Below are some benefits to dramatic play and some play ideas to help get you students involved.
Anyone who owns a daycare knows that kid’s furniture goes through a lot of wear and tear. It’s used every day by children, and there’s a lot of cleaning that goes into keeping the little ones safe and healthy. These two reasons are a big part of why daycare furniture ends up looking old and faded, which can turn away business.
If you have people looking at your daycare, but not registering their children, take a step back and look objectively at the situation.
Whether you’re just starting your own daycare or you’re redecorating your preschool, it’s important to make sure that the room’s décor is kid-friendly. You should consider everything from colors to furniture options. When you’re trying to create an atmosphere to encourage a fun learning environment for your students, make sure you keep the following ideas in mind.