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BRIGHT SPACE MODELS. Classroom Bright Spaces. Primary user : Child with trained volunteer or shelter staff Purpose : For shelter staff or volunteers to play with children, with or without parents (full supervision ) . Helpful Tips :

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    1. BRIGHT SPACE MODELS

    2. Classroom Bright Spaces Primary user: Child with trained volunteer or shelter staff Purpose: For shelter staff or volunteers to play with children, with or without parents (full supervision) • Helpful Tips: • Art supplies – have plenty so children don’t have to share – play-doh, squishy • Label bins • Dress-up clothes, hats, shoes

    3. Family Room Bright Spaces Helpful Tips • Easy to use, self-serve, comfortable for parents • Make learning visible - posters, placards • Label bins • Limited art supplies Primary user: Parent and child (after hours and weekends) Purpose: For parents and children to play together and have down-time (moderate supervision)

    4. Independent Bright Spaces Helpful Tips: • Must be extremely durable • Large items, few small parts • Lots of storage • Think about safety • Easy to clean – wood, vinyl, chalk instead of crayons Primary user: Child with adult nearby (waiting rooms, etc.) Purpose: For children to play while parents are interviewing or filling out paperwork (low supervision)

    5. Teen Bright Spaces Primary user: Teens and ‘tweens Purpose: For older children to have a place to hang out (low supervision) Helpful Tips: • Get them involved – input & work • Privacy – feel private but easy to monitor - safety • Art – sketchbooks, colored pencils • Music – headphones, CDs • Accountability - sign in and out

    6. Outdoor Bright Spaces Helpful Tips: • Not a playground • “Loose parts” • Art easels • Water play – sprinklers • Gardening areas • Shade • Make comfortable for parents Primary user: Multi-age, families Purpose: To give shelters a place for children to play outside (parent supervision)