Equipping and Furnishing Early Childhood Facilities: A Guide

Equipping and Furnishing Early Childhood Facilities, originally published in June of 2005, is designed to help you with selecting furnishings and equipment that make your space usable and comfortable, child-safe and child-friendly, and attractive and functional for your needs. The careful selection and arrangement of furnishings is an essential step in transforming an empty space into an early childhood environment. The guide has been updated to include new resources and information that will support you in your quest to design a high quality early learning environment.

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Published by the Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Written by: Mav Pardee and originally published June 2005
Updated by the LISC National and Local Rhode Island Child Care Teams 2020

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