Good organization not only keeps a playroom neat, it is an opportunity to teach your children about their letters and spelling words. Many schools now adapt the organization habit of labeling storage boxes in nursery school classrooms with a label that has a picture and the word for what is inside. So a container with crayons would have a picture of crayons and the word “Crayons.”
Adapting this labeling technique for your young child’s playroom at home not only gives you a very well organized playroom, it also encourages a child to stretch their word and lettering skills. The more exposed they are to words and letters, the more they will start to use them!
Labels are easy to make and to find. The very best labels for your nursery child’s playroom at home are ones that are both colorful and durable.
Use words that are simple and very commonly found. As your child sees the word over and over, they will begin to acclimate the word with the toy or other plaything.Tags: Children, container, crayons, Decals, labels, lettering skills, nursery, nursery school, organization, picture of crayons, playroom, room, school classrooms, spelling words, storage, storage boxes, teaching children