SWIR: Strategies for Keeping Instructional Tools and Toys Safe 0
With new stringent sanitation standards in schools and child care centres, is the only safe option, plastic toys? Do we have to walk back the naturalization (wood pebbles, feathers, fabrics etc) of our classrooms?
In this third in a series of blog posts on how child care centres and classrooms are re-opening while keeping both children and staff safe in a COVID world, we've organized some hygiene strategies for instructional materials and toys: Sanitizing/Washing, Individualizing and Rotating (SWIR).
What to keep/cull -- evaluating your play materials 0Versatile open-ended materials are extremely valuable learning tools. But specific play materials which may have as little as one obvious use, in conjunction with open-ended materials can be an inspiring combination. An effective play to learn environment should have a mix of open-ended and specific play materials. Here's a model to help evaluate the balance of play areas and materials in your class.
Brand New, Unique Products from our Pre-Order Collection -- on SALE Now! 0
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