'''''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; The special feature of the quiet room is that the children
are allowed two at a time, or sometimes only one while the others are following the regular class.
The child is free to select any material or game that one likes to play with and is free to change at any point of time. This helps them to work individually at their own pace without the group pressure. <ref>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/w/images/2/2d/SAIIER_Annual_Report_2011 -12_Vol._1.pdf (p.11)</ref>
Few materials which can be used for children aged between 4 and 6 are a doll house, sand bags, wooden blocks, jigsaw puzzles, puppets, musical instruments, masks, drawing materials and a small courtyard outdoor that is equipped with tap, sink, sandpit, sand toys, skating boards, animal toys, bottles and funnels. <ref>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/w/images/b/ba/SAIIER_Annual_ Report_2009-10_Vol._1.pdf (p.31)</ref>
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>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/w/images/b/ba/SAIIER_Annual_Report_2009-10_Vol. _1.pdf (p.31)</ref>
'''Creating Open Classes and Open Learning Spaces'''