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Activity corners can be created by arranging the classrooms to have different activities. For instance, classroom 1: doll house, big Lego blocks, clay or beads; classroom 2: books, colouring, stitching, building with wooden blocks; classroom 3 : painting (on easel, spray painting, printing), games, crafts with recycled boxes and plastics, modelling clay; <ref> (p.33)</ref>
In each area the teachers carefully can set up the materials, explain to the children how to use them and observe the children. This helps to make sure that the children do not just hop from one thing to the other but also cultivate an ability to concentrate;
<ref> (p. 54)</ref>
Activity corners must be created according to children’s needs;
<ref> (p. 40)</ref>
In these activity corners, children are able to handle material independently and go more in depth with their exploration;