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  • 1. (PAGAL, A. & LIGASAN,C.) PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 2. sets the stage and creates the context for everything that happens in any setting—a classroom, a play yard, a multipurpose room a high-quality environment welcomes children; engages children in a variety of activities; provides space for individual, small and largegroup activities; PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 3. Ultimately, the physical environment must convey values and messages about who is welcomed, what is important, and what the beliefs are about how children learn. PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 4. According to the The program has a safe and healthful environment that provides appropriate and well-maintained indoor and outdoor physical environments. The environment includes facilities, equipment, and materials to facilitate child and staff learning and development. PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 5. includes 4 topic areas 1. Indoor and Outdoor Equipment, Materials, and Furnishings 2. Outdoor Environmental Design 3. Building and Physical Design 4. Environmental Health PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 6. Indoor and Outdoor Equipment, Ma terials, and Furnishings PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 7. A variety of age- and developmentally appropriate materials and equipment are available indoors and outdoors for children throughout the day. This environment includes dramatic play equipment; sensory materials such as sand, water, play dough, paint, and blocks; PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 8. materials that support curriculum goals and objectives in literacy, math, science, social studies, and other content areas; and gross-motor equipment for activities such as pulling up; walking; climbing in, on, and over; moving through, around, and under; pushing; pulling; and riding. PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 9. Outdoor Environmental Design PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 10. Outdoor play areas, designed with equipment that is age and developmentally appropriate and that is located in clearly defined spaces with semiprivate areas where children can play alone or with a friend, accommodate motor experiences such as running, climbing, balancing, riding, jumping, crawling, scooting or swinging. activities such as dramatic play, block building, manipulative play or art activities. PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 11. Building and Physical Design PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 12. The work environment for staff, including classrooms and staff rooms, is comfortable and clean and is in good repair. The work environment includes a place for adults to take a break from children; an adult-sized bathroom; PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 13. a secure place for staff to store their personal belongings; and an administrative area for planning or preparing materials that is separated from the children's areas. PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 14. Environmental Health PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 15. The program has taken measures in all rooms occupied by children to control noise levels so normal conversation can be heard without raising one's voice. All rooms that children use are heated, cooled, and ventilated to maintain room temperature and humidity level. PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 16. The facility and outdoor play areas are entirely smoke free. No smoking is permitted in the presence of children. PAGAL & LIGASAN :)
  • 17. PAGAL & LIGASAN :)