Communication friendly space

Cosy & inviting (reading or rest area, Reggio inspired) area at Brentry and Henbury Children's Centre, image shared by Elizabeth Jarman for Families (",)

Communication friendly space- lots of cushions, fabrics, blankets based around a space theme. We add a different space book and resources everyday to encourage boys to talk and communicate with each other based around their current interests.

Communication friendly space- lots of cushions, fabrics, blankets based around a space theme. We add a different space book and resources everyday to encourage boys to talk and communicate with each other based around their current interests.

Communication Friendly Space (CFS) Using the children's favourite TV characters as prompts to talk in a small, comfortable space.

Communication Friendly Space (CFS) Using the children's favourite TV characters as prompts to talk in a small, comfortable space.

Communication Friendly Space - camouflage theme

Communication Friendly Space - camouflage theme


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Dinosaur communication friendly space. Lots of cushions, blankets, books and toys in a quiet space in the classroom.

Continuous provision in your book area can have a massive impact on the early years environment. Read Early Years Careers top tips to enhance your book area.

A lovely small place to settle and explore. Enclosure and a sense of control over the surrounding area helps some children feel more secure from Elizabeth Jarman.

Cosy corners don't have to cost any money.a large cardboard box can be used for a cosy space. Put a blanket on the bottom and have some simple sensory reosurces which babies and toddlers can investigate.

Communication Friendly Space for babies--Cat beds, cushions, net and fairy lights!

Communication Friendly Space for babies--Cat beds, cushions, net and fairy lights!

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Creating Developmentally Appropriate Spaces to Encourage Communication

Creating Developmentally Appropriate Spaces to Encourage Communication - by Elizabeth Jarman on Child Care Consultancy (",)

Reading area/quiet area- use a large appliance box on its side and up against a wall or build a box with MDF board. Add cushions or pillows on the inside.

I pinned this so that I would consider including plants in a future quiet space construction. This example is not my cup of tea, but it is good to see what the plants bring to the arrangement.

Reading/quiet tent

A fun idea for fairy lights and kids. Make them a tent or fort and light it with mini lights. Perfect for a reading area.

Love how they have coordinating imaginative play pieces ready with the book...would be neat to change it out with themed books every month!

Quiet reading space at Bolton Council Hub EYFS Training Room (",)

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