This classroom setting would be for children ages 2-5 with little shelves they can reach on their own, as well as book and toys. Children feel if they have access to what they want to play with, it could make their learning environment feel more welcoming and give them a feeling of independence. There are rugs in the center and on the sides of the room for comfort of floor sitting as well as sofa chairs for more comfortable sitting making the room like being at home.
Having reachable storage area, coat hangers, sleeping and playing area are very important when thinking about how children will react when they feel in charge of their things. When a child can reach a specific toy they want to pay with or being able to hang up their own coat without the help of an adult is a big part of their independence. Knowledge of knowing what storage area their shoes go in when it’s time for nap and when they awake placing them back in the right storage area. With this they must think at all times where things go, and what they must do.
Toddlers seem to gain a whole lot more when they can get clear understanding from their teachers, rather in class room settings or a home classroom setting. When they are spoken to in a way they can understand, the learning process becomes easy. When children are getting active interaction and they are collecting knowledge this is called schemas (Piaget, 1967). The more you talk to a child, the more they understand. My daughter has been teaching her daughter just as much as they teach her in school when she gets home. When asked how to do something she will revert back to what her teacher said and how she should do something.
The child is using her memory to continue from what she learned and how she processed her teaching. Story telling is another great learning process for children because even if they don’t know the words what they have remembered from...