Physical environment

Assessing quality in early childhood environments
The three elements of the interactional triangle in early childhood service/classroom are the children, the adults, and their physical environment this article describes a means of evaluating early years classrooms from the perspective of the child's experience. United States

The aesthetic-visual environment
A checklist for assessing the aesthetic-visual environment in early childhood services. United States

Environments conducive to learning
Creating and maintaining stimulating learning environments allow children time and space to learn in low-stress but still challenging environments. United Kingdom

The physical environment is a teaching strategy
In early childhood environments, the amount, arrangement and use of space - both indoor and out - affects the level of involvement of young children and the quality of interaction and development between the adults and children. United States

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