Floorplanner

Create your dream classroom with Kaplan's Classroom Floorplanner! Our free online classroom design tool can help you arrange your space and see how your favorite Kaplan products fit into the classroom. Enter the exact dimensions of your classroom, and then simply drag, drop, and rearrange products until you are happy with the result.

When you are ready to make your virtual dream classroom a reality, order online or contact your local Kaplan representative for final planning advice, assistance adjusting the list to fit your unique situation, and to discuss options to maximize your budget.


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Floorplanner is an easy and convenient way to create interactive floorplans of your classroom and share them online. Login to your Kaplan Floorplanner account to access any floorplans you have saved or are currently developing.

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Sample Floorplans

Infant Classroom

Infant Classroom Floorplan

The infant classroom floor plan is designed for up to 8 children, ages 6 weeks to 12 months. The room floor plan is designed to support ITERS-R criteria and NAEYC accreditation standards and provides ample space for a lot of different types of activities with allowance for normally excluded areas such as doorways, built-in sinks, etc. It includes areas for routines, such as diapering, meals/snacks, and nap/rest, as well as play spaces for activities with various materials, including books, music and sound making toys, fine motor toys, gross motor toys, blocks, and dramatic play materials. This room is outfitted with basic furniture and equipment (view list) and includes a separate sleeping room with windows for visibility.

One Year Old Classroom

One Year Old Classroom Floorplan

The one year old classroom floor plan is designed for up to 10 children, ages 12 to 24 months. The room floor plan is designed to support ITERS-R criteria and NAEYC accreditation standards and provides ample space for a lot of different types of activities with allowance for normally excluded areas such as doorways, built-in sinks, etc. It includes areas for routines, such as diapering, meals/snacks, and nap/rest, as well as play spaces for activities with various materials, including books, music and sound making toys, fine motor toys, gross motor toys, blocks, and dramatic play materials. This room is outfitted with appropriately sized furniture and equipment that support the children's independence (view list).

Toddler Classroom

Toddler Classroom Floorplan

The toddler classroom floor plan is designed for up to 12 children, ages 18 to 36 months. The room floor plan provides ample space for a lot of different types of activities with allowance for normally excluded areas such as doorways, built-in sinks, etc. It includes areas for routines, such as meals/snacks, and nap/rest, as well as play spaces for activities with various materials, including books, music and sound making toys, fine motor toys, gross motor toys, blocks, and dramatic play materials. It is outfitted with basic furniture and equipment (view list).

Three Year Old Classroom

Three Year Old Classroom Floorplan

The three year old classroom floor plan is designed for up to 12 children, ages 36 months to 4 years. The room floor plan is designed to support ECERS-R criteria and NAEYC accreditation standards and provides ample space for a lot of different types of activities with allowance for normally excluded areas such as doorways, built-in sinks, etc. It includes areas for routines, such as meals/snacks, and nap/rest, as well as many different types of interest centers (blocks, art, sand/water, dramatic play, science, computer, literacy, manipulatives/fine motor) for a variety of learning and play opportunities. It is outfitted with basic furniture and equipment (view list).

Pre-K Classroom

Pre-K Classroom Floorplan

The Pre K classroom floor plan is designed for up to 18 children, ages 4 to 5 years. The room is designed to support ECERS-R criteria and NAEYC accreditation standards and provides ample space for different types of activities with allowance for normally excluded areas such as doorways, built-in sinks, etc. It includes areas for routines, such as meals/snacks, and nap/rest, as well as many different types of interest centers (blocks, sensory, art, fine motor, dramatic play, science, math, computers, literacy, manipulatives/fine motor, writing/listening) for a variety of learning and play opportunities. It is outfitted with basic furniture and equipment (view list).