Facility Checklist: Preschool Classroom, 3-5 Years OldRelated Media
Room organized with appropriate furniture, tables, and chairs.
Wall mounted telephone
Child size bathroom between classrooms
Rooms organized with appropriate storage cabinets/units for toys.
Outlet plug covers for all outlets.
Rooms organized with age appropriate decorations.
Age appropriate posters on walls.
Attendance sheets attached to a clip board.
Supplies for children (disposable gloves, antibacterial wipes, large crayons, markers, glue sticks, large pencils, paper, round nosed scissors appropriate for preschool children) in classrooms.
Security identification labels for children and parents. (can be purchased online)
Snacks, small cups, crackers, napkins in classrooms. (locked in a storage cabinet)
Small storage containers for supplies in classrooms. (locked in a storage cabinet)
Supplies for teacher (pencils, pens, scotch tape, stapler, hole punch, masking tape, glue) in classrooms.
Hand Puppets (optional)
Bean bag chairs or soft large pillows in classrooms. (optional)
Age appropriate musical instruments for children age 3 - 5 years old. (optional)
Age appropriate toys for children ages 3 - 5 years old.
Play house, play kitchen, play dishes, and play food for children 3 - 5 years old. (optional)
Age appropriate books and book stand for children 3 - 5 years old.
CD players and Christian music CD’s for children 3 - 5 years old in classrooms.
Disinfectant spray (safe to use to sterilize furniture and toys) and paper towels in classrooms. (locked in a storage cabinet)
Bulletin Boards decorated with age appropriate materials.
Trash Containers with trash bags in classrooms.
Clocks in the classrooms.
Curriculum, student handbooks, coloring sheets for children 3 - 5 years old.
All items on this list are recommended for a preschool classroom within a children’s ministry. Some of these items listed are optional and can be included when funds allow or when the need arises. Age appropriate materials need to be implemented into these classrooms for the safety and security of the children. Toys need to stay in the appropriate rooms and should not be shared with younger children.
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