…the physical classroom you are given by your administrator. However what you do with that space says a great deal about you as a professional. Parents and the administrators may take their first impressions of you from your classroom before you have an opportunity to speak with them (6).
A good classroom is one in which you can see the learning areas clearly when you walk into the room…you are in control of the traffic pattern in your classroom. The traffic pattern refers to the places on the room throughout which the children and the teachers will move. The traffic pattern sets the tone of the room just as much as the wall decorations can, and it will likewise set the tone for activities and behaviors throughout the day(6).
It is sound research that the first five years of a child’s life are the formative education and learning experiences for the child concerned. The preschool years are important in impacting in an appreciable way the rest of the life of the child. Therefore, the provision of nothing but the best for our coming generations is a must. The purpose of all the stake holders must be to provide the most enriching environment possible. This is directed related by the preschool curriculum.
Teachers teaching at this early level need to be well trained not only in teaching but many other aspects as well. Moreover the environment is to be absolutely fool-proof. No splinters that can ignite fire and no jaded edges that can rip through the flesh.
The space does not count but the way it is utilized does. The classroom must have a theme. What I propose is the four seasons. The beauty of the thematic settings highlights and sets a tone, in addition it provides ample space for psychological, sociological, psychiatric and physical needs of the growing child. Winter, Fall, Spring and Summer. For the birth to pre k things like temperature