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Setting up a classroom is easily the hardest thing for most teachers to perform. Without out knowing the specific needs of this class, a teacher must make an area that is available, safe, and engaging with each of students that might enter the classroom. Maintaining those aims in mind is the secret to having a fantastic classroom atmosphere. While there's often just one year difference between kindergarten and pre-kindergarten students the area requirements and installation are extremely different. Pre-kindergarten classes focus more on a pupil's social and emotional growth and development. In today's kindergarten classroom, the focus is changing to a more academic setting. Students are expected to spend the majority of the day doing more direct learning rather than learning through play and exploration. While both of these grades have a few many similarities in the kinds of areas which need to be created, each requires a slightly different installation. For large group education a carpet can be used to specify the region. Having a rug that's large enough to fit everybody in the class helps pupils feel a sense of belonging. It also gives each student a specified space to sit , without imposing on another student's individual space. The class rules and behavior chart should also be submitted close to the large collection area so it's easy to view and use. Another group region which should be installed, with or without another rug, is an area in front of a large computer monitor. The monitor can be hooked up to the instructor's computer enabling pupils to see what is on the display, without having to crowd around a typically modest monitor screen. The teacher can share video clips, animated story books, and also do typed shared writing activities. If the screen has a touch scre...