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Environment Planning Worksheet (cont.) 7. The following areas are working well in our environment (circle all that apply): indoor play area quiet play area: manipulative, reading, small-group games, etc. academic or homework area creative arts area: dramatic play, music and movement, arts and crafts, etc. toileting, personal hygiene, ill-child areas storage staff area entry/administrative areas snack/eating area outdoor play area other 8. The following areas are not working well in our environment (circle all that apply): indoor play area quiet play area: manipulative, reading, small-group games, etc. academic or homework area creative arts area: dramatic play, music and movement, arts and crafts, etc. toileting, personal hygiene, ill-child areas storage staff area entry/administrative areas snack/eating area outdoor play area other 9. List by priority the areas in the environment that are most important to change (based on responses to #8): 10. Here’s our plan of action. We are willing to make the following changes: 2/2 From Great Afterschool Programs and Spaces That Wow! by Linda J. Armstrong and Christine A. Schmidt, © 2013. Published by Redleaf Press, www.redleafpress.org. This page may be reproduced for classroom use only. COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL Appendix B • 269