The E-Newsletter of the Children's Inclusion Support Services
Setting Up Individual Bins
The social distancing and restrictions, based on public health regulations, that have been necessary in the past year have forced educators to rethink the way children play. Creating individual bins that children can use independently is a great way to meet children’s interests and needs all while allowing for easy clean up and avoid sharing of certain materials.
Each child takes their bin, and sits at the table or at a predetermined location in the room. Whether it be a sensory or a craft activity, manipulative or construction items, all are sure to enjoy.
Here are examples of how materials can be individually organized shared by childcare programs.