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A few examples of activity corners are art and craft center, drama center, block center, science center, cooking and gardening center, quiet room, reading corner, sandpit, a corner for play dough and clay, sand and water, games and puzzles, self-study corners for individual studies on subjects like art, maths, science etc. with all available resources; <ref> (p.43)</ref><ref> (p. 40)</ref>
'''''Activity corners in a Quiet Room'''''
Creating a quiet, focused and safe space and offering different materials and different proposals for children to choose from;
This kind of a space helps shy children, who most probably are in need of personal attention, to become more open and talkative, without fear of expressing their thoughts and needs. <ref> _1.pdf (p.31)</ref>
'''Creating Open Classes and open learning spacesOpen Learning Spaces'''
Conducting regular classes which are open for drop-in students. Students can walk in at any point during a specified time period; <ref> Education_Centre</ref>
Adapting "Individualized Personal Learning Techniques" in the classroom for subjects such as Music, Awareness Through Body’, Mathematics, and Reading program for younger children. <ref></ref>
‘’’Designing "Designing Classrooms and Instructions’’’ Instructions" for students to learn as per their preferred learning techniques and styles. <ref></ref>
Adapting the physical layout of the classroom in a way that address the diverse needs and abilities of students. For instance, children‘s desks can be dispersed around the classroom to promote more independent and focused learning; quiet and private reading corners to encourage regular silent reading can be set up.