Cosett Maytin EEC 1522 02/15/2022 The Learning Environment In watching the video it is my opinion that infants and toddlers require areas that are safe and positive around them. I learned that infants need soft areas dedicated to them such as blankets, quilts, plushes and cushions so as to not hurt themselves. In regards to reachable items, they should all be at eye level and accessible to avoid them getting hurt. Ideas for this include low plastic mirrors, bookshelves and other different sensory items for their attention. You can also have toys which make noises, playdough and pretend play. It is also a great idea to have family pictures available to them so that they can make attachments and permanency in their dedicated areas. Also discussed in the video was the need for stable furniture and space and time for socialization skill building. Support from their teachers and aides is also very important in this critical time for learning skills.