Published at Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 - 00:46:44 AM. . By Belda Martin.
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.
For merely wanting a leisure time for your kids, prefer their favorite cartoon or movie character. On the other hand, you can use at your advantage. It may help on shaping and boosting the interest of your kids particular to the design imprinted on the rugs. For example, if you want your kids to be athletic, the most discreet but significant thing you can do as a parent is to make them familiar with things that are related to it such as different sports ball, faces of famous athletes, figures of men doing different sports and the likes. Or if you want your kids to be into academics, you might probably choose a rug where they can also learn their ABCs and 123s. To note, familiarity is a great teacher.
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