Screenflex Room Dividers ~ Space Mission part 2 of 5
The most common use for room dividers are religious education class rooms (Sunday school classrooms). Room dividers are an easy way to cut visual distractions and decrease extraneous distracting noise by creating a division between the different classroom spaces. Dividers help cut down distractions and can result in increased concentration in religious education classes for any age group.
Recognize different spatial needs:
More churches are offering child care and day care ministries. This is the second most common use of room dividers within a church. Oftentimes these programs minister to children ranging from infants to pre-school. While the range of age is only five years at a maximum, the difference in spatial needs at that young age is much different from a five-year span as adults.
An open room can be divided into three different sections: nursery, playroom/reading area and sleeping area. Obviously larger programs can have several rooms, or divisions, for each area. Many states have rules and regulations which help to ensure that the certified instructors in the child care areas can see the tasks being performed by non-certified instructors/helpers.
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