When deciding what learning tools a preschool classroom should have, it’s important to utilize age and size-appropriate items. This includes basics such as desks and lockers and when children are comfortable in a fun and encouraging environment, they are more likely to participate. Considering preschool students are at an age where their developing brains absorb stimuli and information like a sponge, incorporating a good Learning Carpet is critical to helping them excel in their future endeavors.
Here are several categories to help you navigate through our vast selection of learning carpets and narrow down what you’re looking for:
Shapes & Activity Rugs
These rugs teach students on multiple levels. Many of these rugs teach a combination of colors, shapes, numbers, letters, and animals. A perfect example is the ABC And 123 Animals Carpet by Flagship Carpets. This carpet is a great choice for covering several learning topics at once. Have the children pick a number or animal to sit on and read stories, talk, practice nice words, and foster connection.
Caring for your community’s children is a critical job since parents are depending on you to not only care for them but also academically groom them to become the best achievers possible. Executing that is no small feat which means you’ll need storage space that is functional and organized to run like clockwork. Is your current daycare furniture still working for you? Fortunately, we have several furniture and interactive solutions that can help you decide what works best for your daycare learning environment.
A solid daycare storage solution takes care of students’ personal belongings as well as classroom supplies and equipment. Tot-Mate Preschool Wall Systems are attractive all-in-one classroom storage solutions that include toddler lockers, open wall storage, and divided wall storage with doors. Many also include a handy dry erase whiteboard for notes and classroom updates, as well as space for the teacher’s personal belongings. We have many other practical wall mounted cabinets, big book storage, toy and manipulative storage options available as well.
To be a teacher is to be busy. Apart from the business of communicating information to students, teachers must also plan lessons, grade assignments, assess learning, contact parents, plan and execute field trips, communicate with administration, manage the classroom, and often oversee extracurricular activities.
Along the way, teachers must deal with paper. So. Much. Paper.
Not all paper that a teacher deals with is standard size, either. Apart from having to sift through student homework, semester term papers, and written exams, they also see their fair share of posters, presentation boards, flyers, decorations, maps, and cutouts. Continue reading