The document provides information about the Child Care Design layout and the regulations and standards that centres must meet according to Government Standards.
This article provides examples of different activities that educators or families can implement with infants and toddlers.
Ontario’s Ministry of Education provides educators information about organizing the classroom environment to encourage math and science student participation.
The Ontario Government highlights the shared value of the environment as the ‘third teacher’. This reading is further supported by materials and resources from Early Year documents.
The Ministry of Education reviews the CCEYA regulations for child care buildings, equipment and playgrounds.
This article published by National Association for the Education of Young Children provides an overview of the Reggio Emilia Education Model and how schools are implementing this model.
Connectability offers a variety of articles about creating positive environments during regular play programming and other periods of the day, including naptime, mealtimes and circle time.
The Department of Defense Child Development Virtual Laboratory School, developed by The Ohio State University, is an educational resource that provides early learning and care professionals with evidence based information, strategies and tools about developing effective learning environments for infant, toddler, preschool and school age children.