Arts & Crafts -
The default setup of this classroom is a basic large table (or two or more pushed together) that can seat however many students expected for the class. It helps to have a supply closet of basic materials like construction paper, glue, scissors, crayons, etc. in the room, but it is not essential. It also helps to have a sink with running water in the room or very close by. Hard floors are much better than carpeted floors, if you can manage it.
Movement & Games -
The default setup for this classroom is a room that is large enough to allow for the movement of the average amount of students expected per week. It is best to empty the room of as much furniture as possible, including chairs, tables and things on the wall that kids could get scratched by. Padding corners of window sills and door handles is recommended, if possible. Either carpet or hard floors work.
The default setup of this classroom is a basic large table (or two or three pushed together) that can seat however many students expected for the class.
The default setup of this classroom involves comfortable seating for the students as they listen to the story. Also, some sort of staging area for the teacher to tell the story from and for the kids to use when performing the story. It also helps if this room can easily accommodate a camcorder to tape these performances and a screen/tv to watch these performances and other videos.
WoRM Classroom Descriptions
As used by the rfour.org WoRM lessons