At first, let's define the characteristics of the positive environment. Positive environment has to provide the opportunities for the healthy and full physical, social, personal and cultural development of the child.
There should be enough space for the child for him/her to develop their physical skills, like strength, dexterity and the coordination of movement. The setting should provide the safe area, where the children can run, jump and play active games. There also should be the toys designed to assist the child in developing the movement and coordination. The children should be provided time for physical activities, and time for the qualitative rest. The importance of healthy nutrition for the proper physical development is also great, so the child should be given the food proper for his/her age and taking into consideration the child's individual nutrition recommendations.
The children should be given plentiful opportunities for socializing with both their coevals and the adults in order to give them basic social and communicational skills. No child should be excluded from the communicational process because of his/her physical and mental features that distinguish him/her from the other children. ...Show more