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Outdoor areas can be so much more than an area for burning off excess energy at recess. No matter the environment. From a suburban school adjacent to an undeveloped woodlot to an urban school, wedged between high rises, surrounded by hard surfaces discovery learning is possible, connecting with nature is possible.
An ideal resource for anyone expanding or starting a new centre. Over 40 pages of floor plans, advice, tips and products organized by room areas. From Entry Zone to Cozy Corner to Diapering. Plus resources and toys to keep growing minds and bodies engaged - Heuristic Play, Puzzles and Games, Energetic Play and more.
2021 Infant Sleeping Area Planning Room Guide Coming Soon!
Download our free Infant Sleep Area Planning Guide, to learn how to create a flexible, separated space for your centre, without the cost and mess of renovations or build-ins.
The Infant Sleep Area Planning Guide with pictures and plans derived from of Canadian room layouts you’ll see how:
An ideal resource for anyone starting a new centre for toddlers (roughly 18-35 months) or looking for inspiration to refresh their existing childcare space.
At this age, physical growth is astonishing as abilities multiply at an exponential rate. This planning guide will help you create a flexible environment for toddlers, filled with furnishings and resources that will stimulate, challenge, and generate opportunities for independence.
Reflecting best play-to-learn practice gleaned from curricula, programs, and pedagogies from across Canada with over a 100 pages of floor plans, advice, tips, furnishings, and resources organized by learning areas. Download for free now.
An ideal resource for anyone expanding or starting a new centre for pre-schoolers (ages 4-5 years, sometimes referred to as pre-primary or junior kindergarten students).
This guide has almost 100 pages of tips, strategies, examples and inspiration on how to create a quality adaptable learning environment. With a growing arsenal of skills and strategies, pre-schoolers develop communication skills, decrease their frustration and increase resilience, transitioning from playing beside other children to playing with them.
In a pre-school classroom, educators can encourage more complex play and provoke and invite with engaging resources and play materials to stretch thinking.
A popular series of blog posts on easy to implement solutions for keeping your child care space fresh and returning children engaged:
As an education consultant working with many different early childhood programs, I rely on the expertise and resources provided by Louise Kool & Galt. Their products are top-notch and the customer service goes well beyond expectations!
Wow! I cannot believe we are at this point! Our last order was delivered seamlessly yesterday (the delivery team) were absolutely amazing! We were so happy they were able to complete all three deliveries. We couldn’t have done this project without you. Your guidance with volume of items, quality of all items and coordination of delivery was huge.
S. Licop RECE, Professional Resource Librarian
The products (LKG) offers are always of the utmost quality. We have never had a problem with their service to any of our 23 child care locations. Our questions are always answered professionally and always to our satisfaction. They are a leader in enhancing learning environments, offering quality products and providing top notch service.