Hello Jonathan,Ive been doing some research on what the preschools will look like post quarantine. In one of the schools in Hong Kong, and Denmark they created individual pouches for the children (ages 3-5+). For example they had pouches with writing material/ writing tools and then created pouches with activities. The schools had used plastic ziploc bags, but I much prefer using cloth and having the pouches labeled. In this way they can be sent home and washed by the parents. In the U.K. they are creating 'bubbles' ie small groups that will not be changed so they possibly have an easier way to work with resources within the group and ensure that all items are kept sterile. Another preschool had invested in child size white boards for each child. By extension, some settings will opt for child sized chalkboards, depending on your individual process.
I am a researcher, so don't have any practical experience, perhaps this can give you something to think about.
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