Daycare/Classroom

Daycare/Classroom

Well thought-out playrooms, with consistent and clear structures are important. This makes it easier for little ones to orientate themselves, and contributes to their sense of well-being and security. Daycare-age children are often completely absorbed in whatever they‘re doing. If possible, multiple children should be able to play on their own at the same time. The transitions between playing alone, in pairs or in groups should be as fluid as possible. Create areas for playing, building, and reading, drawing and eating. There should also be opportunities for movement and retreat. The ideal way to divide rooms is partition cabinets with plenty of storage space for play materials. The variety of different elements make the partitions exciting for all ages. Pull up bars on the partition cabinets and partitions help the littlest ones to pull themselves up and take their first steps. Ideal for the retreat and resting area are various cushions and pillows, soft carpets, canopies and fairy-tale veils.