Published at Monday, February 19th, 2018 - 08:19:23 AM. . By Dada Hansen.
Teachers should choose a rug that will be large enough to cover the space they have to fill, and that depict grade appropriate images. For example, a good choice would be a map rug that covers the areas the class will study that year, or a rug that reinforces lessons in Spanish if bilingual skills are taught in the classroom. Consider also music or faith based rugs. These rugs come in brilliant, eye catching colors with amazing illustrations that will stimulate your students curiosity and desire to learn.
So, we are more and more likely to buy a rug from a retail outlet than we are to make one. But the retail market has risen to the occasion by providing many unique designs in the kids rugs department. We may want to finish a kids room with a complementary splash of color. Perhaps we want to add an intellectually stimulating statement through the rug. Whatever our intention, we have almost unlimited options available in todays consumer driven marketplace.
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