The children are also engaged in educational activities, common activities, naptime and finally optional games and activities. Most classrooms are divided into areas consisting of an art area, role play and drama, construction, library, science, and an outdoor area with water and sand with the number of activities per group ranging anywhere from 5 to 7, depending on the size of the group. Children may also select an optional activity as provided by the teacher in their teaching plan. The teaching plan allows for these options which can include ballet, drama, ecology, vocal arts, instrumental arts, foreign language, and computer science. Global development is a priority in the education of the children of Romania. Most of the school activities occur inside the multifunctional classroom or boundaries of the school. However, when evaluation time comes, the class comes together and unites in a central location. Evaluation includes testing children on pre-existing knowledge at the beginning of the school year, ongoing testing during the school year, and a final evaluation at the end of each semester and again at the very end of the school year. Evaluations are also conducted using projects, portfolios, and self- assessments of each child.
Art activities include things like drawing, painting, and crafts. In the role play area, children usually work together, using their imagination and playing make-belief games such as dress up or by playing different roles such as mother, father, teacher, or doctor. In the construction area, children get a chance to play with games such as building blocks, legos, and other construction type tools – tools that they can put together to build things. The library is an area of the classroom that of course contains books but also magazines, picture albums, and other learning tools such as maps and atlases.
In Romanian preschool, children also learn social education, cultural education, health education, traffic, religious, and ecological information. They also perform language and communication activities as well as mathematics and environment, music, art, and practical education. Usually either German or English is taught as well as dance, swimming and other physical exercises. Romanian children are learning quite a bit to prepare them for their continuing education in Primary school.