If you are planning on opening a nursery, knowing what rooms to put inside is really beneficial as it will run better and you know exactly how much stuff and staffing you need. Here are the rooms you should have in each nursery.
This is the room where parents drop off and pick up their children. It’s important to have a few staff members in this room at all times as it can get hectic. You should also have a few toys and activities for the children to do while they wait, as well as a comfortable seating area for the parents.
Receptions are beneficial for a few reasons. First of all, it’s a great place for parents to meet each other and socialize. It can also be a great resource for parents who have questions about their children or the nursery in general. Receptions are also a great place for staff to get to know the parents and vice versa. This can help create a more comfortable environment for the children when they start attending the nursery.
Different Age Group Rooms
Nurseries should have different rooms for different age groups. This is because younger children need more supervision and older children need more space to run around and explore. It’s also beneficial to have different activities and toys in each room so that the children are always engaged and learning.
The baby room is usually the smallest room in the nursery as it only needs to accommodate a few cribs and changing tables. This room should be brightly lit and have a lot of toys and activities for the babies to do.
The toddler room is usually a bit bigger than the baby room as toddlers need more space to move around. This room should also have a lot of engaging activities as well as some furniture that the toddlers can climb on.
The pre-school room is the biggest room in the nursery as it needs to accommodate a lot of different activities and toys. This room should be designed to encourage exploration and learning. It should also have a few quiet areas for the children to relax.
People should have an eating room in their nursery because it is a great place for the children to eat their meals. The room should be brightly lit and have plenty of space for the children to move around. It should also have a lot of fun and engaging activities to keep the children entertained while they eat.
Nap Time Room
Napping is an important part of any child’s day and they need a place to take a nap when they’re at the nursery. This is why it’s important to have a special room set aside for naps. The room should be quiet and dark with plenty of comfortable sleeping spaces. It’s also important to have some fun and engaging activities in the room so that the children don’t get bored while they’re napping.
What Rooms Do We Have?
At Minnie and Mamma, our Mitcham Nursery has 3 dedicated rooms for 3 age groups of children. Our first room is called the sunshine room and it is for children of ages 3 months to 2 years. Then, we have a snowflake room which is for the ages of 2-3 years old. Finally, our last room is the rainbow room. This room is for older children between the ages of 3-5. You can find more information about our rooms here.