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.
Another way is to break the big classroom space into small activity corners that are better defined, dividing the spaces with the help of furniture, leaving just enough space in the center for holding a circle. This
kind of classroom design provides greater options allowing the children to choose more clearly where they want to go during their free time; permits free movement from one activity corner to another or free play with the peers; still keeping them grounded and focused. <ref>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/w/images/b/ba/SAIIER_Annual_Report_2009-10_Vol._1.pdf (p.41)</ref>
'''Creating Activity Corners'''