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Kindergarten introduces young children to the world of elementary school and marks the beginning of a lengthy academic path. The classroom environment affects learning that takes place during that crucial first year, so teachers are encouraged to carefully plan its setup. No kindergarten rooms look the same, but several key features are characteristic of welcoming, operational classrooms.The typical kindergarten classroom is not quiet or calm, but it should have a sense of organization. Favorable layouts include a learning center with designated areas for activities such as math and reading. The National Association for the Education of Young Children suggests assigning locations for building, dramatic play, reading, puzzles and art projects. To avoid chaos and limit accidents, also pick a space for students to store their personal items and put away classroom supplies.A kindergarten classroom needs a collection of hands-on learning materials that help young students understand various topics. Books and print materials are imperative in kindergarten when the students are mastering letters and working on their reading skills, and paper and writing utensils support early writing skills. Math materials such as blocks, counters, dice, rulers and number lines are equally useful, as they allow students to practice their ability to count and measure. To explore science, the classroom might include magnifying glasses, weather tools, charts and items from nature, including rocks or leaves. No matter what supplies you collect, your space should give students access to an array. How can these KG pupils learn in this state.

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