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Storage is More Important than You Think
February 9, 2018
Genius is eternal patience.
-Michelangelo
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A section on the importance of providing great storage is included in the newly revised book, Caring Spaces, Learning Places: Children’s Environments that Work! The book makes the case that "good storage allows children to:

  • Feel a sense of control and competence...
  • Learn about the relations between things. (Organizing objects based on similar properties or functions teaches children about the nature of things.)
  • Develop more complex play and creations...
  • Take responsibility...
  • Respect the value of materials and their efforts...
  • Make the place their own. (If I can store my own things, my treasures and my unfinished sculpture, this is my place.)"




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