This creative classroom floorplan sample illustrates furniture and appliances layout.
It was created on the base of the article "The Creative Curriculum and Classroom Layout" from the website of Bay Mills Community College.
"A classroom for young children benefits from having clearly defined, well-equipped interest areas that are arranged to promote independence, foster decision making, and encourage involvement. When the room is divided into interest areas, children are offered clear choices. An area set aside for books, art, or table toys provides opportunities for quiet play. Areas set aside for dramatic play, block building, woodworking, or large muscle experiences give the children options for active play. ... In the Creative Curriculum, the environment typically includes space for the following activities:
Blocks, House Corner, Table Toys, Outdoors, Art, Sand and Water, Library, Music and Movement. To further enrich the program, add space for cooking and computers." [bmcc.edu/Headstart/Bulletins/Issue53/article10.htm]
The floor plan example "Creative classroom" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the School and Training Plans solution from the Building Plans area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.