All set up and ready for preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on August 31, 2012

in All Set up for Preschool, Back to School

I have been sharing a bit about the process of setting up our preschool classrooms over the past week. The good news is that when our first day of preschool arrived, we had the classroom all set up for the children…

There is always something more I can think of to be done and since taking these photos, I have already made just a few slight changes and additions…

We tried to think through every part of the classroom so that we could find things easily…

Right down to even our snack supply cabinet and snack baskets…

We wanted to be sure that traffic flow would work well too and that there would be a good variety of centers for the children to explore…

In the photo above, we still didn’t have our bookshelf attached to the wall, but now we do…

We have another shelf in the indoor classroom just above our light table…

We also added a new rug for our circletime area.  I had a red rug there but it was too small for our class this year, so I ordered a new rug and it came in on Tuesday, right after our first day of school. The red rug was moved under our light and magnet center area…

The set up of the classroom makes such a huge difference in all things regarding classroom management and keeping kids comfortable, engaged, and excited about preschool…

And our first week of preschool was super busy…

And super fun!

 

 

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