Classroom Environments

Infants, toddlers, and preschoolers learn best in a safe and nurturing classroom environment in which they can explore and play freely. Incorporating learning centers is one way to encourage self-directed and hands-on learning. Our resources offer advice on creating the optimal physical, temporal, and social classroom environments to improve learning outcomes.


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Rethink the traditional pre-k or elementary school classroom. The use of movement and play areas helps children learn at their own pace as they develop key skills and make important discoveries about themselves and the world around them. For children with challenging behaviors, it can be difficult to express emotions. The early childhood development experts at Gryphon House have devised strategies and created helpful resources to inspire young ones and aid them in sharing their thoughts and feelings.

Through dramatic play, classroom activities, and sensory tools, teachers can garner the best from their students. Social emotional learning is made easy with the collection of classroom environment tools offered by Gryphon House and its award-winning authors.


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