The most beneficial layouts in early education classrooms are the ones that are arranged in a way that will keep the children engaged and able to talk to each other easily. This includes having small clusters of desks, a large circle, or even desks shaped like circles.
Early elementary classrooms should be arranged so that every child can see the front of the room. This is beneficial for each student because they are able to see the teacher at all times.
Desks can be arranged in small clusters of four to six to enable student interaction with each other. This interaction is vital to the students' learning because through talking, they develop a deeper understanding of their lessons.
Desks can also be placed in circles of four or five students. This is an ideal arrangement for primary grades because it fosters communication and establishes basic citizenship skills.