Flooring Lessons for Preschool Classrooms

Colorful preschool tables with chairs and things for education

Preschool classrooms play an important role in the mental and physical development of kids. But aside from the learning experience that children will have in their preschool classroom, parents depend on that room to serve as a safe place for their little ones.

It is the school’s responsibility to ensure that.  Now you’re probably reading this blog because you run a preschool or you are a parent who’s concerned about his or her child’s safety while in the classroom. Whichever category you belong to, you know that your goal is to find a flooring option that is both durable and safe while at the same time able to provide a pleasant and even fun learning environment.

The best type of flooring for preschool facilities is one that is soft enough that toddlers won’t hurt themselves in case they fall, tough enough to withstand constant playing and cleaning, and easy to maintain and keep hygienic.

Cleaning and Maintenance

Cleanliness is important! Kids enjoy spending time on the floor to play, learn, and rest. One of the best ways to reduce the spread of any infectious diseases that may be lurking is by regularly cleaning and sanitizing all the surfaces, including the floors.

When choosing the flooring system for your preschool classroom, you need to consider the cleaning and maintenance routine that it would require. If you have already chosen a flooring material, make sure that the cleaning products you choose are safe to use and won’t cause any serious health conditions like allergic reactions and respiratory problems, among others. If you haven’t selected a flooring type yet, you should think about getting one with a seamless and smooth surface because it’s going to be easier to clean and it would also reduce the risk of accumulating harmful contaminants in gaps and cracks.


Little kids do a lot of physical activities like sports and dances. You want to make sure that the floor is slip-resistance, as well as sturdy enough that these activities can be done safely and without any damage to the flooring finish.

The right preschool flooring should be slip-resistant, comfortable, easy to maintain, durable, and fun to look at. If you haven’t found the right one for your classroom you can visit the best flooring store in Toronto  – Tony’s Flooring Centre! We’d happily help you find the one that’s perfect for the little learners!