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"Planning Day's Schedule" in a way that has sufficient time for children to freely choose and explore amongst a variety of activities. For instance, keeping afternoons totally free for students to choose as per their interests from various artistic activities (such as clay, crafts, embroidery, painting, tie & dye, cooking, origami, soft-toys & puppet making so on..).. Allowing children to have a minimum understanding of all the activities before they make their choices helps them use their freedom consciously. <ref> (p. 93)</ref>
'''Creating a Constructive , Free Space with Free ChoiceChoices'''
Arranging all the furnitures in the classroom against the walls and making space in the centre that is completely free and open. This arrangement for younger children invites them to run through the classroom, sliding, wrestling and using it almost as a playground space.