A. For indoor and outdoor activities, an operator shall provide to each group of children in care a sufficient quantity and variety of activity materials, equipment, and furnishings according to the numbers, ages, and developmental needs of the children.
B. Activity materials and equipment shall be:
(1) Provided for:
(a) Vigorous play;
(b) Creative and dramatic play;
(d) Manipulation, including construction materials;
(e) Exploration of art, music, language arts, and science; and
(f) Individual pursuits;
(2) Appropriate to each child's individual development of cognitive, social, emotional, and fine and gross motor skills;
(3) Easily accessible to each child for whose use they are intended; and
(4) In good repair, clean, nontoxic, and free from hazards including lead paint.
C. In reviewing materials and equipment in before-school and after-school programs, the office shall take into consideration that the child has attended an instructional program during regular school hours.
D. Furnishings used by a child shall be scaled in proportion to the child's size.
E. The operator shall provide multipurpose tables and chairs for children who are 2 years old or older.