Environment Matters

When home and learning environments are structured in a clear, organized, easily navigated and consistent manner children are more able to meet expectations. Teachable Kids can assist with developing an optimal home or classroom environment.

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Classroom Examples

These photos are examples of what well-defined learning spaces looks like. Children know what takes place in each area and the behavioral expectations for each space.

Classroom View

Bins and shelves for toys as well as a rug that defines the play area. Desks are pushed together for independent and group instruction. Storage for student and teacher accessible materials.

Classroom View II

Daily check-in area, classroom supplies at the ready, student work samples on display and computer stations.

Classroom View III

Students sit in a circle to participate in their lessons.

Student Chart

Colors and shapes help pre-readers identify themselves.

Reading Area

Visuals help students retain the 5 BIG Ideas of reading: Phonemic Awareness, Alphabetic Principle, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Comprehension.

Toothbrush Station

Each child has their own color coded toothbrush and learns important self-care skills.

Organization Tools

Organization provides stability and confidence for the entire classroom.

Visual Examples

Children work on fine, gross motor and body awareness skills as well as social/emotional regulation. Children also use the number line to learn how to count backwards.

Decompression Area

At home and at school it is critical that children have a secure and safe area to decompress and refocus.