Self-regulation in young children looks like a child that is able to focus his attention, control his emotions and manage his thinking, behavior and feelings. The development of these self-regulation skills is a key factor of children being successful throughout life. Our classroom environment, is a key component in supporting children’s self-regulation. In this workshop, we will explore our current classroom environment and how materials, furniture arrangement, and the use of visual mediators support self-regulation in young children. Participants should come prepared to reflect on their current classroom design and create a plan to make changes to promote self-regulation, allowing all children to be successful.