interior design for a classroom

For students, the classroom environment is very important. The size of the classroom and interior areas, the colors of the walls, the type of furniture and flooring, the amount of light, and the room arrangement all influence how students learn. Thoughtful arrangement of the indoor and outdoor environments will support your learning goals for students.This tool provides an opportunity for experimentation with the layout of your classroom without any heavy lifting!

Place the desks in the design that best suits your teaching. Choose from the traditional rows of desks one behind the other, or choose to group desks into fours, allowing for cooperative learning. If you teach in whole group discussions, place the desks in a horseshoe shape.

Create colorful bulletin boards. Have a reading board that focuses on an author a month and display the author’s books on a shelf or bookcase below. Display lots of student work on the boards. Have an interactive math board where students track their progress of learning their math facts.

Create a reading corner. Fill your library with books for students. Place a carpet, some pillows, beanbags and a soft light in the corner to make it inviting.

Add some plants to the classroom. Use them for decoration, or do a science project with them. Students can take care of the plants as a classroom job.

Purchase or make a fabric valance to go above the windows. This added touch makes a classroom feel homey.

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