So interestingly this concept does have its place in chinuch especially when taken in the realm of cultivating אמונה.
Rav Shlomo Wolbe זצ"ל explains that one should employ a measured approach to implanting אמונה. It is almost inevitable that your child will ask questions, and as parents we have a wonderful opportunity to begin to explain how Hashem is responsible for every creation.
This being said, there will no doubt come a time, when your child will ask where Hashem can be found. The best response to this question is to explain that He is everywhere. Often people make the mistake of either saying “He is in שמים” or “He is right here in the room with us now!” The problem with the first response is that a child is aware of spaceships and astronauts, and when he sees an aircraft in the sky he will equate the fact that it is currently in the domain of Hashem. In so doing, he will mistakenly deduce that any pilot or astronaut can personally meet Hashem. Alternatively, if a child is told that Hashem is in the room with him, he is not able to understand the magnitude of this statement, and will just think that there is some invisible presence in the room with him. This can potentially lead to undue trepidation. When he sits in bed at night all alone, thinking that there is something else with him in the room, he will be unsettled with fear. For this reason, when communicating the presence of Hashem, one should always try to say that He is everywhere (Source: זריעה ובנין בחינוך, 'הסברת אמונה', עמ' לט-מ).